Lafayette School District Receives Second Threat

Lafayette County Schools received an additional threat Thursday morning in a message that was airdropped to students and faculty at the high school.

Hundreds of parents checkout their children at Lafayette School District. Photo courtesy of Angela Atkins

The schools are currently on standby mode. According to a tweet sent out by the district, this morning parents can come to pick their children up.

On Tuesday, the Lafayette County Sheriffs Department was notified by the Lafayette County School District of a written threat being made to the school. The anonymous threat was written on a bathroom stall making threats for Thursday, Feb. 13, 2020.

“The Lafayette County Sheriff’s Department takes all threats seriously and have already been in contact with local and federal authorities and will investigate this incident to the fullest,” said Sheriff Joey East in a press release.

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