KANSAS CITY, Mo. — School officials at Bishop Miege Catholic High School in Roeland Park, Kansas are responding to social media threats involving students Monday night.

A message sent to parents by Bishop Miege described the threats as “alarming” and containing “inappropriate language and a threatening message”.

The letter to parents says Roeland Park Police have been made aware of the threats and have taken action. The police will be present at the school on Tuesday.

Students implicated in the threats will not be in school on Tuesday.

Snapchat threats sent to KSHB 41 News by Bishop Miege’s parents showed racist and anti-Semitic remarks, including anti-black slurs and a drawing of a swastika.

“I’m going to bring a gun to school,” one instant message read.

Several Bishop Miege parents say they will not send their children to school on Tuesday in light of the threats.

“The safety and concern of our students is our top priority,” Bishop Miege’s letter reads. “As we have more information, we will keep you posted.”

Roeland Park Police say they are unable to provide information on the situation.



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