Hilton schools field a third threat; Law enforcement says it’s a hoax
HILTON, N.Y. – Hilton students returned to class Monday, only for their day to end with another threat against the district.
It’s the third one in a week. And like its two predecessors, it has been deemed a hoax. Hilton Center sent out a robocall to parents around 2 p.m. Monday, alerting them.
In a statement, the district says the media received a “similar non-credible threat to our schools as we
Last week, News10NBC received emails Wednesday and Friday that bombs had been placed in the district. It did not receive such a threat on Monday.
“Monroe County Sheriff’s Office and Greece Police have deemed it as part of the ongoing hoax,” Superintendent Dr. Casey Kosiorek writes. “The safety plans and additional security measures we put in place in conjunction with law enforcement yesterday have resulted in us being able to safely continue with the school day as regularly scheduled.”
A district spokesperson said the threat came in around 1 p.m.
- Hilton schools in session on Monday after threats against schools deemed not credible (March 28)
- Hilton CSD officials respond to questions from families after second bomb threat (March 24)
- Students return to Hilton after bomb threat, attendance down 18% at one elementary school (March 23)
- Bomb threat that led to Hilton schools evacuation came from email with Russian domain (March 23)
- Parents meet to discuss controversial book related to bomb threats across Hilton schools (March 22)
- Hilton CSD families express concern about sending kids back to school after bomb threats (March 22)
- Hilton district goes into emergency mode after threats made via emails to media (March 22)
- Hilton Central School District evacuated after bomb threat, no bombs found (March 22)