Police, administration investigating racist threat against Bishop Miege students
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - Multiple students did not attend class Tuesday after a threat targeting African American students at Bishop Miege High School.
School administration reported they were made aware of a social media screenshot at 10 p.m. Monday containing " racist language and a threatening message targeting” Black students.
As a result, the school informed the Roeland Park Police Department, and officers responded overnight to the homes of students suspected to be involved in the threat. Those students have been advised to remain off campus while authorities investigate the incident, high school administrators stated.
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