Threats or Sunshine? More Than 1200 Cascade High Students to Bring Notes on Monday

June 4, 2011

Everett, Police Blotter

More than half the student body stayed home Friday
More than half the student body stayed away Friday

More than 1200 students, out of the 2000 that normally attend Cascade High School in Everett, WA  were absent on Friday. This after Everett School District officials and police revealed graffiti left at the school Tuesday morning contained threats to shoot five students on Friday. There was a very visible police presence yesterday and officers will maintain a higher level of visibility this weekend for school events on Campus.  The investigation is continuing and school officials are asking anyone with knowledge of the threats to call the anonymous tip line at (425) 385-5050. Things hopefully will be back to normal on Monday with high attendance as that’s the day Cascade students receive their yearbooks. (They’re also serving golden hot dog rolls ups for lunch and since I have a teenager that goes to Cascade, I’ve been made aware of just how important these things are). 
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