Moshannon Valley School District Returns to “Normal” Operations After Threat

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HOUTZDALE – The Moshannon Valley School District has returned to normal operations after a reported threat Wednesday morning.

According to Superintendent Josh Zesiger, the “written threat” was received at around 10:20 a.m. and state police responded. Normal school operations resumed at around 12:20 p.m.

He said the suspects are being interviewed by state police, and students will complete a normal school day.

Zesiger declined to elaborate on the nature of the threat. Also, state police aren’t releasing details at this time.

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