Rogersville, Mo. -- (2/28/2018) Shawn Randles, Superintendent of Logan-Rogersville High School warned families of a threat happening just before the end of the school day.
District administration received a report of a high school student making a verbal threat to bring a gun to school.
“Any threat at Logan-Rogersville is taken very seriously,” Randles said. “The student was immediately detained and questioned by school police, and local authorities were called to the school.” Though it was determined that the threat was not credible, district discipline policies and procedures are being followed.
The threat was determined not credible, however district discipline policies and procedures were followed.
Randles wants to assure the public that it is safe to send your child to school on Thursday. To ease any student, parent and staff concerns, there will be an extra Rogersville Police Department presence on location throughout the day.
Randles said he commends the student who alerted the administration, and wants to remind all students that if they see or hear something, say something.
If you have questions or concerns, the school says to contact the district administrative office at 417-753-2891.