Law enforcement remove two students from HHS for posting online threats about the school

HALEYVILLE - Yesterday the administration at Haleyville City Schools was notified of an inappropriate Instagram post that was made by two HHS students, according to Superintendent Dr. Holly Sutherland.
"This post was of a threatening nature to schools. Once notified, these two students were removed from HHS by the Haleyville Police Department in conjunction with our juvenile authorities. The court systems are involved today. HCS, the City of Haleyville and County Officials take these types of threats seriously and the consequences are very serious. We encourage all of our students and parents to communicate with our administration if they have any questions, concerns or see any social media posts that make you uncomfortable. Safety is a top priority and we will do everything in our power to protect our children. If you have questions or concerns about this situation, please contact your school administration," the superintendent said. Superintendent Dr. Sutherland verified no students were injured as a result of this incident.

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