Threat reported on bus found to be noncredible

This morning, May 8, a middle school student reported to a bus driver and monitor that they heard another student make a threatening statement toward the middle and high school while the bus was stopped at Liberty Elementary. The driver immediately reported the incident to Rolling V, who promptly notified the district and Liberty Police Department. The LES school resource officer responded and LPD investigated. It was determined the threat was noncredible.

“The safety of our staff and students is our top priority,“ Superintendent Dr. Patrick Sullivan said. “I am thankful for the quick action of the Rolling V bus driver and the Liberty Police Department.”