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Authorities are investigating a threat against the Hudson Community School District, but haven't released much information due to the ongoing probe.

District officials confirmed that Hudson police learned about the threat late Saturday evening and began an immediate investigation. According to a bulletin sent by district officials to parents through the Iowa Schools Alert notification system, police did not specify which building was targeted by the threat.

In the bulletin, district officials said they were told by police that there was no immediate threat to the schools, students or district staff. Hudson School officials shared the bulletin to Facebook Sunday night.


Posted by Hudson Community School District on Sunday, May 2, 2021

Classes were held as scheduled on Monday. Before classes began, Hudson Schools Superintendent Dr. Tony Voss posted the following statement about the threat to Facebook:

Message from Dr. Voss:

“I know there are a lot of questions at this time regarding the threat, but since it is an...

Posted by Hudson Community School District on Monday, May 3, 2021