(THUNDER BAY, ON) – For the 14th time, Hammarskjold High School has been closed due to an anonymous threat.
The reward for anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible has increased to over $15,000 due to donations from the public.
Below is the statement released by Lakehead Public Schools.
Due to an anonymous threat received by Thunder Bay Police, Hammarskjold High School will be closed for the entire day today, Tuesday, April 16.
Buses will be returning students home. Students without keys will be dropped off at Superior CVI.
All efforts will be made to reopen on Wednesday, April 17.
With Hammarskjold HS closed due to a threat, the following schools are on a Hold and Secure until further notice Algonquin Avenue Public School, CD Howe Public School and Gron Morgan Public School. This is only a PRECAUTION.
UPDATE: Hold and secures have been lifted as of 9:30 am.
(THUNDER BAY, ON) - Lakehead Public Schools has announced even more donations to the reward which will be given to anyone who supplies information that…
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