NEW BERLIN, N.Y. (WBNG) -- Officials at Unadilla Valley Central School District say a threat made toward the school in February was not credible.
District Superintendent Robert Mackey confirmed to 12 News on Monday that a vague written threat had been made on February 23.
The district resource officer and district officials investigated the threat, Mackey notes, but have not found the individual who made the threat.
The threat was deemed not credible, Mackey notes.
The superintendent says a series of school safety discussions were held with students in the following school days, which he feels went well.
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