Statesman Journal— Salem-Keizer Public Schools said it is aware of a nationally circulating school shooting threat that has been shared on social media.
PAHOMEPAGE—Parents question WVW decision amidst school threats. KINGSTON, LUZERNE COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — Several school districts across northeastern Pennsylvania dismissed early Monday following a slew of threats that authorities later deemed not credible. On Tuesday, parents in the Wyoming Valley West School District are voicing their concerns about how they feel the district handled the situation. "Working in partnership with all of our 
FOX 8 Cleveland—Deputies: Middle-schoolers made school shooting threats. A text urging a classmate not to come to school included a gun emoji, authorities said.
Arkansas Times—Shooting, threat force evacuations at two high schools. North Little Rock police reported at least one gunshot was fired at Premier High School, a charter school in North Little Rock. A separate threat also led to the evacuation of Mills University Studies High School in Little Rock.