Hamden High School closed due to online threat | Connecticut News
HAMDEN, CT (WFSB) – District leaders in Hamden are shutting down the high school for the next two days after someone made more online threats over the weekend.
Police are investigating the threat made online Sunday night.
According to the Hamden Public School’s Superintendent, Jody Ian Goeler, the District is working with HPD and Mayor’s Office to create a reopening plan.
HPS received another threat directed towards HHS community. In response, District is working with HPD and Mayor’s Office to develop reopening plan. HHS will be closed M and T and will reopen on Wednesday with increased safety measures.
— jody ian goeler (@SuperHamden) December 6, 2021
They plan to reopen the school Wednesday.
Several students took proactive steps and informed their parents, school officials and police about the threats.
Anyone with further information regarding the origination of these threats is asked to contact the Hamden Police Department at 203-230-4000.