SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. – Law enforcement is investigating after a social media threat was posted online against Lyman High School, according to Seminole County Public Schools.
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Michael Hunter, principal at Lyman, sent out an message on Sunday evening alerting families that the school was aware of a posting on social media “referring to a threat to Lyman High School.”
Hunter stated in the message that the Longwood Police Department and Seminole Sheriff’s Office are currently investigating the threat.
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