Extra security at Moanalua High School Friday, after threats were made against students on social media
Principal Robin Martin sent out a letter to parents and the community and said "there is no credible threat".
MOANALUA - Extra security was in place at Moanalua High School Friday, after threats against some students were made on social media.
Principal Robin Martin sent out a letter to parents and the community and said "there is no credible threat". But all threats that are brought to the administration's attention are taken seriously and looked into.
Island News spoke with a student who isn't sure what to make of the threats.
"I think it's just really childish. I mean we're high schoolers, we shouldn't be acting like we're five," a Moanalua High School student said.
Still, some students say they went home early out of fear, while other parents chose to keep their children home.
All students and staff are reminded to say something when they have information or concerns regarding the health and safety of anyone on campus.
Full letter from Principal Robin Marin: