After online reports began circulating of a possible shooting at Tantasqua Regional High School, Sturbridge Police have conducted an investigation and confirm there was no credible threat of violence.
In a message sent on Wednesday night, Principal Michael Lucas let students and parents know of added police presence on campus today.
Sturbridge Police are asking parents to talk with their children regarding the importance of reporting unusual actions and statement made by others.
In a message posted on the Department’s Facebook page, “The Sturbridge Police Department will continue to work in close partnership with the Tantasqua Regional School District to ensure a safe and healthy learning environment for the Tantasqua Community.”
Principal Lucas thanked Sturbridge Police for their assistance on Twitter.
An investigation by the Sturbridge Police Department has determined that there was no threat of violence made as was…
Warriors- We have determined that this was not a viable threat. See you in school tomorrow. This attached message went out to all Homes at 9pm tonight. Thank you @Sturbridge_PD for all your great assistance. @tantystuco @tantasquafan pic.twitter.com/NySUrMxxnf
— Principal Lucas (@Principal_TRHS) December 7, 2017