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Threat investigated at Sentinel High School

MISSOULA – Authorities are investigating a case of a threat that was found at Sentinel High School.

Principal Ted Fuller states in an email sent to parents and students that the graffiti was found on the wall of the men’s bathroom by the gym.

“I am sharing this news with you because it included non-specific threatening language,” the notice states.

An investigation is continuing and classes are expected to run on a normal schedule on Tuesday.

Fuller says that School Resource Officer Mark Monaco is present in our school throughout the school day, and the Missoula Police Department is aware of the situation at Sentinel.

“Safety for students and staff is a top priority,” Fuller stated, adding that anyone who notices any suspicious, concerning or unusual activity or behavior to notify authorities.

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