Ulysses Police Investigate Threat to the High School

Joe Denoyer - December 8, 2021 1:50 pm

Last Thursday the Ulysses High School became aware of a possible threat to the school. The report was taken seriously and the Ulysses Police were notified. Upon their investigation, they deemed there was no credible evidence to support the concern.

The rumors persisted over over the weekend and the police again investigated and again found no credible threat to the school.

The Ulysses Police presences at the schools are to help solidify the Districts commitment to the safety and concerns of the students and staff.

The safety of the students and staff is always the utmost priority for USD 214.

 

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