A potential threat against Albertville High School (AHS) on Friday morning was determined not credible after law enforcement and the school’s administration investigated.

Albertville City School’s Superintendent Boyd English released the following statement on the threat:

“Due to rampant rumors related to a potential threat at AHS today, law enforcement/AHS administration investigated the sources of the potential threat. There is no credible safety threat and the action that law enforcement/AHS administration have taken has helped ensure the safety of everyone in the Aggie Family. As always, we will continue to embrace our partnership with the Albertville Police Department, who will continue to provide a necessary presence at school events, pep rallies and extracurricular activities.”

English said rumors began after previous incident, but did not release further details. He also elected not to disclose specifics of the threat were not given either. The biggest thing he wanted parents and students to know is that the situation is resolved.

“We’re always going to take the safety of our students, faculty and all of our Aggie Family seriously,” English said. “I feel really good about how police and our administrators handled the investigation.”

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Yuriko Meske

Well, this institute is no more giving us much talent as others are. Here are studymoose prices check them. I think government should pay attention on such kind of big institutions in order to get 100% performance of the students.

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