Districts nationwide reacted differently to the Monday bomb threats sent via robocall – Appleton Post-Crescent

According to the Appleton Post-Crescent: “Appleton’s Janet Berry Elementary School was among those whose leaders cleared children from the building. Ben Vogel, an assistant superintendent in the Appleton Area School District, said the district investigates any threat to student safety and consults with police on how best to keep students safe.”

“This is obviously unique because it seems like all these are connected,” Vogel said. “Every time something happens we’re constantly looking at our processes and working with law enforcement. We always take these situations seriously.”

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Officials question bomb threat response

Nationwide robocalls highlight varied reaction among schools In the Colorado school district made infamous by the tragic Columbine shootings, school security officials have a message for administrators who move quickly to evacuate students when a bomb threat is made: Slow down.