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UPDATE: As of 1:15 p.m. all school operations have been returned to normal. The situation remains under investigation by Hooksett Police.
11 a.m. HOOKSETT, NH — Hooksett schools have been secured after a report of a threatening email.
At approximately 8:45 a.m. on April 3 the Hooksett Police were called to the Cawley Middle School for a report of a threatening email that was sent to the school. Hooksett Officers responded to the school, began an investigation and determined that there was not an immediate threat.
As a precautionary measure, all three Hooksett schools were placed into a Secure Campus mode, meaning no individuals were allowed to go into or out of the schools while other normal activities continued.
At 9:20 a.m. the Cawley Middle School was placed into a Shelter in Place mode, meaning the students are required to stay in classrooms.
At approximately 10:05 a.m. the other two Hooksett Schools, Underhill and Memorial were taken out of Secure Campus mode and are operating as normal.
Currently Hooksett Police Officers and Detectives are continuing to investigate the threat. This is an active situation and no other information can be released at this time regarding the investigation. The Hooksett Police Department is continuing to work closely with the staff at the Cawley Middle School and the SAU15 to determine the best actions to keep all students and staff safe.
More information and an updated press release will be sent out as soon as the status changes. Our goal is to keep parents and residents as informed as possible. We ask that you be patient with us while we continue the investigation.
Chief Janet Bouchard