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Round Valley Juvenile Taken into Custody for Terroristic Threats.

On 8/13/2023 Round Valley Schools closed for Monday 8/14/2023 due to a threat made to the Round Valley schools. The suspect was located and taken into custody according to Round Valley Police department.

RVUSD Superintendent, Slade Morgan wrote: We want to assure you that your student’s safety remains our utmost priority. As we prepare to reopen our school tomorrow, Monday, August 14th, we would like to share some important information with you. Local law enforcement has communicated that the investigation into the recent social media threat is still ongoing. Thank you to all the students and parents who continue to share information with the police and the district.

RV will be taking significant measures to ensure a safe and secure environment for all our students and staff. Law enforcement will be present at each school, and we will have extra supervision to provide an added layer of security. School counselors and other community agencies will be available for students experiencing feelings of uncertainty. We are aware that many parents have been contemplating whether to send their students back to school under the circumstances. Please know that we respect your individual decisions as parents and guardians. If you have any concerns or questions about sending your child to school, we encourage you to reach out to your student’s school principal. We are here to support you and provide information to address any worries you may have. Our schools will operate on their normal hours, and we kindly remind all visitors to check in at the front office before entering the premises. This procedure helps us maintain a safe and controlled environment for everyone.

Regarding the social media threat, we want to emphasize the importance of discussing online safety with your students. While it is still unclear whether the threat originated within our community or elsewhere, we believe it is crucial to educate our students about the potential dangers of interacting with unknown individuals on social media platforms. Threats against schools and people are matters of serious concern, and we want to ensure that our students are well-informed and cautious online. Round Valley Unified School District takes threats of any nature seriously. We are committed to maintaining a safe environment for all students. Your cooperation and understanding help achieve this goal. Thank you for your continued trust and partnership as we navigate these challenging times together. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us if you have any questions or require further information. Together, we can create a secure and enriching educational experience for all our students.
The Snap Chat profile “Zanzery Zander” was put on Round Valley Police Departments Facebook as a profile of interest.
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The Round Valley Police Department wrote: We take all threats of this nature very seriously. We are taking all necessary measures to ensure the safety of our children and school staff. You will see increased police officer presence today in and around our schools. This matter will be thoroughly investigated and we are working closely with the Round Valley Unified School District. Updates will be provided as they become available.


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