Social media threat targets Brunswick High

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Roberts says five Brunswick High School students' names were then listed.

That speculation turned into rumor that exploded Thursday night and got the attention of law enforcement, according to Eby.

Police said they're looking into the matter and called it a rumor, adding that it's common given the date.

Absences will be excused with a parents note, Eby said.

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Eby and Culler stressed that no threat was ever made or received by any school in the district.

At 10 a.m. Scarice and DHHS Principal Anthony Salutari sent out a notification to parents, informing them that situation is under control and appropriate measures are being taken.

No students or faculty were harmed and the threat did not cause any delay in the school day. "This threat was immediately investigated by the Cody High School administration and by local law enforcement". We also live in an environment where social media can turn speculation into rumors of a serious threat, creating unnecessary fear. We are very grateful to the parents and students who did that this week.

Easley Police Chief Tim Tollison said both Getty's and Easley High have full-time student resource officers on staff but extra officers were at the school Friday to reassure parents and students.