MENDON, N.Y. (WROC-T.V.) - The Monroe County Sheriff's Office is investigating a potential threat to Pittsford Mendon High School.
Pittsford Superintendent Michael Pero sent a letter to parents saying the district received reports of a student making a threat against the school.
The district is expecting an update from the Sheriff's Office Friday Morning.
Superintendent Pero says the schools are safe and will be in session as planned Friday. Below is his message to parents:
We have received reports from parents that a Mendon High School student allegedly made a threat against Mendon High School. The Monroe County Sheriff's Office was called immediately to investigate this report.
We do not have an update from the police at this time, but, rest assured that threats of any kind are taken seriously.
We will update you as information becomes available. More than likely, the next update will be tomorrow.
Thank you for your patience as we determine the legitimacy of the report. Schools are safe and will be in session as planned on Friday.
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