Wednesday, February 8, 2023

Potential Threat Closes In-School Learning for Shenandoah Valley on Wednesday

A potential threat closed in-school learning on Wednesday for Shenandoah Valley.

On Wednesday morning, as parents and students were getting ready for school, they learned that they would be learning from home and would have a Virtual Synchronous Day.

Skook News reached out to District Superintendent Brian Waite and received the following statement on Wednesday afternoon.

"The district was made aware of the potential threat to the district. Out of an abundance of caution due to a potential threat to the health, safety and welfare of students and staff, the district shifted to virtual learning for the day." Superintendent Waite said.

He also said the threat is no longer a concern thanks to the the collaborative efforts of the District and the Shenandoah Borough Police.

Superitendent Waite said the district will resume with face-to-face instruction on Thursday, February 9.