Royal Oak Schools Seeking Feedback
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December 16, 2021
Dear Royal Oak Schools Families,
We have received reports this evening that there are some general, anonymous school threats regarding Friday, December 17, circulating on social media, specifically on Instagram and TikTok nationwide.
We are taking the reports of this information extremely seriously and are working directly with the Royal Oak Police Department. There is no credible information that these threats are in any way related to specific schools or districts, including Royal Oak. The posts are vague and are circulating around school districts across the country.
The Royal Oak Police Department patrols all school grounds daily and will continue to do so including tomorrow. We encourage everyone to remain vigilant and report suspicious activity. We again want to remind our students and families to immediately report any potential threats toward Royal Oak to the police. You can also use OK2Say where anyone can report tips confidentially on criminal activities or potential harm directed at students, school employees, or schools, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Safety is a collective responsibility, and I would like to emphasize the importance of using social media responsibly. Please do not re-share any suspicious or concerning posts on social media. Instead, if you or your child see something resembling a threat, the most impactful step to take is to report it immediately.
Student safety is our priority and by working together, we can continue to keep Royal Oak Schools a safe place to learn.
Mary Beth Fitzpatrick
Royal Oak Schools