Security Threat Leads to Closure of St. Patrick High School for Tuesday November 28 2023

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Precautionary Measures in Response to Threat

Thunder Bay – NEWS – St. Patrick High School faced a significant safety threat on November 27th, prompting immediate action by school authorities and the involvement of local law enforcement.

Temporary Closure and Cancellation of Activities

Due to the severity of the situation, St. Patrick High School will remain closed on November 28. All student transportation services for the school are also suspended for the day.

Additionally, all after-school activities and community events scheduled at the school have been canceled.

Prioritizing Safety

The school’s decision underscores its commitment to ensuring the safety of students and staff.

Call for Public Assistance

Authorities are actively investigating the threat and urge anyone with relevant information to contact Thunder Bay Police at 684-1200. Anonymous tips can also be submitted through Crime Stoppers at 807-623-8477 or online at www.p3tips.com.

Ongoing Updates

Further information will be shared as the situation develops and more details become available.

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