SOUTH PARK, Pa. - Channel 11 has learned about a threat targeting a high school in Allegheny County.
A letter went out Tuesday night to parents of South Park students after a threat was posted on Snapchat.
The school district decided to hold class Wednesday after talking with police - who will be on patrol here in the morning.
They interviewed the student late tonight - and they do not believe the threat was credible.
Parents were alerted about this through an email.
It urges them to talk with their kids about the dangers of social media.
Students and parents will notice the increased patrols in the morning. The district says that's just so everyone feels safe.
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