Wednesday, June 6, 2018



Marlboro school district investigates threatening list

MARLBORO – Officials in the Marlboro Central School District and Marlboro Town Police are investigating a report of threatening comments about students on a list in the Marlboro Middle School.

Police said they are investigating and there is “no reason to believe anyone is in danger.”

Superintendent Michael Brooks said a middle school student Monday overheard a threat about students on a list. The district began an immediate investigation, notified the school resource officer and police.

“At this point, we are confident that the situation has been dealt with appropriately and we are grateful to the students and parent that reported this issue to the MMS administration,” Brooks wrote in a letter to parents. He said that “no threat, however severe or insignificant, can be ignored.”

Brooks also said counselors are available to speak to parents and students to help children with any concerns they may have.


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