Local Law Enforcement On Hand To Greet Children Returning To School

Local Law Enforcement On Hand To Greet Children Returning To School 

Amador School District and local Law Enforcement Officials were on hand to greet children returning to school this morning. The extra presence was in response to the report over the weekend of possible violence against employee and their immediate family. This morning on KVGC’s 8 O’clock morning news, District Superintendent Dr. Amy Slavensky said on Friday, Amador County Unified School District, Sutter Creek Elementary School, and Ione Junior High School experienced a threat to student and staff safety. The threat was made towards a school district employee. Upon immediate investigation, led by the Amador County Sheriff’s Department, it was determined the threat was credible and a 13 year old male Ione Junior High School Student was arrested and taken into custody. According to Dr. Slavensky, there was no direct mention of a campus threat and there is no imminent danger. As the investigation continues, the Sheriff’s Office has so far identified no specific plan or direct threat of violence targeting any school, student or other teacher.

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