CRANE, TX (KWES) - The Crane Independent School District has confirmed that a "threatening situation" occurred on one of their campuses on Wednesday.
The exact details of the situation haven't been released at this time.
However, in a statement released on Thursday, Crane I.S.D. Interim Superintendent, Bill Boyd said, "We did have what we considered to be a threatening situation yesterday at school. Although we cannot release details of what occurred due to student confidentiality laws, I can assure you that we acted quickly and decisively to address the situation. Upon investigation and because of the actions of several people, we determined no one was in danger at any time yesterday. Due to the vigilance and caring actions of several students, teachers, administrators, and the asset we have in our SRO, we were able to respond in a way that ensured the safety of all students and staff members at all times. In this day and time, we have consider all threats as serious - we cannot risk our most precious commodity, the children entrusted to our care. I would encourage all parents to talk to their children, to know what they are doing and what and who they are involved with. We believe it is a team effort between the school and our parents to help raise up good responsible adults."