A school in the Pennsbury School District will open normally Tuesday with the help of Tullytown Borough Police officers after a “Safe2Say” report.
The department announced Monday afternoon it had been notified of a threat towards the Center for Student Learning in Tullytown Borough. However, police and school administrators have decided the school is safe and they will have normal classes Tuesday.
“The police department is on top of this,” Tullytown Borough assured parents on Facebook. “As always, we are grateful to our students and community members who help keep our school community safe by reporting their concerns. Out of an abundance of caution a police presence will be at the school tomorrow Tuesday February 19th.”
One police officer will be posted at the school. CSL is known for helping students who have trouble succeeding at other institutions for disciplinary issues or simply not adapting well to large class sizes.
Safe 2 Say Something is an anonymous tip line people can use when they spot a potential threat to school safety. It allows schools administrators to coordinate with local police to ensure a safe learning environment.
The Tullytown Borough Police are continuing their investigation into the situation. They declined to offer further details about the nature of the threat.