UNIONTOWN, Pa. - Albert Gallatin High School officials said they are taking precautions after receiving reports of a school threat.
Channel 11 News spoke to the school’s principal, who said they have increased security after being alerted to possible incident.
School administrators said they’re taking the threat seriously, but there has been no concrete information.
Officials did say the threat appears to have started on Facebook.
Parents are permitted to pick their children up from school if they choose to do so. The school’s principal also said they’ll send a letter home to parents regarding this incident.
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