Police in Nashua, N.H. said that they have received threats regarding city’s high schools. Keeping in mind the violent threats, schools were closed on Monday. Lately, on Sunday, the police kept investigating every possible chance of danger to the city. The Superintendent of Police said students are most probably not turning up to school till Tuesday. It is one of the largest districts of New Hampshire with around 11,500 students. Risking the life of many young children is not something feasible. Schools are closed, and children are assured full safety. As mentioned by the officials, the threat was very violent.
It promised to harm the local children as well as the staffs of the high school. The threat included many schools in the district, and not one. Many important details regarding the risks were clearly stated on the district website. Police remained close to every school in the district. Though the threat was imposed for children, many others had to suffer. The reason being obvious that a child’s safety is the most important for everyone. Many working parents remained at home for the sake of their children. High ranking police officials recommended them not to leave their children as it will help them stay brave.
Both, federal and state agencies worked over the investigation. USA’s second largest district Los Angeles also had to cancel classes on last Friday. Nearly 6,50,000 students stayed at home, as the officials were threatened through an email. A generic email threat was sent to not just one school in New York or elsewhere. Some people thought it to be a usual prank. However, New York City police commissioner denied it of being a student’s prank. Officials were very cautious about the lives of school going children. It was soothing to see their support. However, people should stay strong when such threats are given for innocent children. Terrorism is something that should never stop education. It is very essential for every child. Make your child strong to resist such a situation as it is nothing for such a huge gift, “education”.