LONGVIEW, Texas — Spring Hill ISD had heightened security as its first day back to school began today following a threat was made against the district Tuesday night.
Superintendent Wayne Guidry said administration was made aware of the threat a little after 9 p.m. Tuesday. A parent sent a photo of the threat, which was made on social media, to district officials.
In a post on the district's Facebook, officials announced the threat would not affect the start of classes for the new year.
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