Social Media Threat sends School and Law into motion

 by MARI BAUER
IDA COUNTY COURIER

It all started with a posting that showed up on a student’s newsfeed in Snap Chat. The student picked up on the post and he reposted it on other social media outlets. 

“The message then spread like wildfire,” stated OABCIG Superintend Matt Alexander. “Parents contacted the school which we took immediate action contacting the Ida County Sheriff’s Department putting a plan into action.”

 

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