In a letter to parents on the school website, Clyde-Savannah Superintendent Mike Hayden says the district is investigating a safety matter that was brought to their attention Thursday afternoon.
Hayden didn’t elaborate on what the concern was, but did say all students and staff were safe and the district was carrying on with its day like normal. Hayden says he continues to encourage students, staff and parents to report tips, safety concerns or potentially dangerous behavior to help keep the school and community safe.
You can read his full statement below:
Dear Clyde-Savannah Families:
As you know, our school District continues to be proactive in responding to school safety concerns and takes all reports seriously. I wanted to let you know that we are investigating a matter that has been brought to our attention this afternoon. Please be advised that all students and staff are safe and that we are carrying on with all normal operations of the school day.
Again, I encourage parents, students and staff to report tips, safety concerns or potentially dangerous behavior to help keep our school and our community safe. I cannot stress enough, if you see or hear something, SAY SOMETHING! We need everyone’s assistance in helping preserve the safest learning environment possible.
As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the District office.
Mike Hayden, Superintendent
March 1, 2018