There is extra police presence at Platt High School in Meriden today after a student made a threatening statement online, according to school officials.
Wednesday night, parents and families were alerted about the threat and were assured that police had been immediately notified.
In a statement, Principal Daniel R. Corsetti said the threat has not been deemed credible, but the district wanted to keep it's students and families informed.
As a precaution, police will be providing additional support throughout the day.
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There was no further information available at this time.
The investigation is ongoing.