Granby High administrators alerted to possibly threatening list

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NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — Administrators at Granby High School say they have been alerted about a list allegedly made by a female student that could be “deemed a threat to the safety” of several other students.

In a message to parents and gaurdians, the school’s principal Dr. Lynnell Gibson said the report of this list was “taken seriously and investigated immediately.”

Students on the list were identified and their parents were contacted, Gibson’s message said.

Please encourage your students to say something to an adult if they see or hear something concerning. This incident occurred in the community and was reported to the school. However, the school is taking appropriate actions in partnership with NPD.

A school spokesperson said the incident where knowledge of the alleged list came to light happened after school hours and off school property.

No student was ever in any imminent danger, the spokesperson said.

This is a developing story. Stay with WAVY.com for updates.

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