Augusta Public Schools
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JLF: Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect
JLF-E: Suspected Child Abuse/Neglect Report Form
JLF-R: Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect - Administrative Procedure
City of Augusta
Incident Date: 04/09/18
Release Date: 04/09/18
Incident Time: 9:44pm
Release Time: 9:44pm
Cony High School, Augusta ME
The Augusta Police Department has received several calls over the past hour in regards to a threat that happened on April 5th in Clovis New Mexico. Because Clovis High School and Cony High School are both abbreviated (CHS), several students from Cony High/Middle School and their parents have interpreted this as possible threat to our school in Augusta. Our investigation has revealed this online threat is the same one that originated in Clovis New Mexico on April 5th and is not a new threat made to Cony High School in Augusta. Several Police Departments and School Districts around the country that share the abbreviations (CHS) have fielded similar calls of concern by community members only to learn it is the same threat from Clovis New Mexico on April 5th. I have shared the link to the Clovis Police Department press release below:
Clovis Police Department Release
Deputy Chief Jared Mills
Augusta Police Department
33 Union Street Augusta, Maine 04330
AUGUSTA PUBLIC SCHOOLS
The Augusta School Department and the Augusta Police Department have been working collaboratively to investigate an alleged threat by a student to students and staff at Cony Middle School. From the minute the information was reported steps were taken by administration and the Police Department to ensure that students and staff were safe. It was confirmed that the student in question was not in school at the time the information surfaced and has not returned to school. The safety of all building users was never in question.
Superintendent of Schools
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