SJ Superintendent: No Immediate Threat To Students

St. Joseph Public Schools Superintendent Ann Cardon tells WSJM News the investigation into a threat against the high school is continuing between the district, St. Joseph Public Safety, and the FBI. Cardon says there have been no arrests, and everyone involved in the incident is cooperating. She and Public Safety Director Brian Uridge are continuing to call the situation a “miscommunication posted briefly on social media.” On Facebook, parents of St. Joseph students have said it was a Snapchat post threatening a shooting at the high school. Cardon and Uridge say there is “no immediate threat to the students or the community.” Extra police were sent to the high school today in response to the online threat.