Madison school officials said there will be an additional police presence at Daniel Hand High School today after a threat was made toward a student.
The Daniel Hand administration was made aware of a threat made by electronic communications toward a student Wednesday afternoon, according to Superintendent Craig Cooke.
Officials have not released information on what the threat was and who it targeted but said the concerns have been investigated.
"Safety and security of our students and staff will always be our first priority," said Cooke.
Daniel Hand administration and Madison police said they have taken precautionary actions to ensure the safety of Daniel Hand students and will continue to work together.