Rocky Hill High School student investigated after verbal threat

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The superintendent of Rocky Hill High School confirms that a student made a verbal threat Wednesday night. 

Superintendent Mark Zito, Ed.D, explains in a response to parents and guardians that the issue was investigated by the school administration and Rocky Hill police department. Zito also mentions that at no point was any student, staff, or community member was in danger. 

Dear Parent and Guardians,

This morning the high school dealt with an issue involving a verbal threat made by one student. The incident was investigated promptly and thoroughly by the school administration and the Rocky Hill police department. All appropriate administrative actions were taken.  At no time was any student, staff member, or community member placed in danger or put at risk of injury.  

Respectfully,
Mario J. Almeida, Principal 

Whether what verbal threat the student made or to whom was not included by the response from the superintendent or from Rocky Hill police. 

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