Idaho School Safety News
Understanding the challenges we face with school safety in the United States is vital for leaders. Only with awareness of the issues we face will we develop meaningful solutions to keep our children safe in school. The NASCPC tracks safety incidents across the country for just this reason.
- 9/14/23 - Student arrested for bringing a weapon to Jerome High School - JEROME, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — Jerome Police arrested a student Thursday for bringing a weapon to school.
2/22/23 - School shooting threats part of nationwide hoax - TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — Schools across the country, including right here in Idaho, were challenged by false threats of a shooting on Wednesday.
2/12/23 - Idaho high school lockdown linked to suspect who called in school threats across U.S. - MOSCOW — The Moscow Police Department said Friday that it appears the same suspect who called in an active shooter threat that forced Moscow High School to go into lockdown Wednesday called in similar threats to other schools in the U.S.
1/5/23 - Possible threat at Minico High School leads to arrest off-campus - RUPERT, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — Law enforcement received a credible threat of a possible gun on the campus of Minico High School on Thursday at 3 p.m.
12/21/22 - Rumors of shooting at South Fremont High School unfounded, officials say - ST. ANTHONY – An increased police presence was on hand at South Fremont High School Wednesday following rumors of a possible shooting but school officials say they don’t believe there is any danger.
10/10/22 - Lowell Scott Middle School receives threat from Snapchat - BOISE, Idaho (CBS2) — Lowell Scott Middle School received a threat on Snapchat Sunday night.