With four separate incidents this year, Glynn County school officials met Wednesday to discuss ways to address what has become a recurring issue of anonymous threats being scrawled on school bathroom walls by students. Officials intend to create a specific protocol that can be streamlined to fit all schools, detailing how to respond when these threats are found. One official said it is crucial to keep parents informed and to continue to investigate. Threat assessment experts were invited to the meeting to provide input on how the school system should review its procedures.
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