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Officials say Goffstown High ‘safe’ after threat of violence
Principal Francis J. McBride called an all-school assembly Wednesday to inform students that police had investigated the threats and they were determined not to be credible.
Students who did not want their names used said the threats were made by a freshman at the school who had apparently “disappeared” or “run away from home” last week, only to resurface on social media, where the threats were made.
In his letter to parents, McBride said school staff was made aware of the threats by students and parents.
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