Montana 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.
- 3/6/23 - Bozeman School District cancels school on Monday due to email threat, door found open - Superintendent Casey Bertram said in a press release that multiple school districts across the state also received the same email threat. Law enforcement confirmed that the threat was not believed to be credible.
1/21/23 - Frenchtown student removed after bringing weapon on school property - MISSOULA, Mont. — A student in Frenchtown self-reported taking a weapon onto the North Campus Friday, according to the Missoula County Sheriff's Office Facebook post.
1/12/23 - Omaha Police: Four people arrested for making school threat - OMAHA, Neb. —Omaha police said Thursday four people have been arrested related to a school threat posted on Instagram referencing the date Jan. 25.
1/12/23 - Armed Omaha North High School student arrested after altercation - OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) - The principal of Omaha North High School said an armed student was taken into police custody following an altercation at the school.
1/3/23 - Juvenile arrested for alleged school shooting threat in Roosevelt County - GREAT FALLS — A juvenile was arrested after allegedly threatening a school shooting in Roosevelt County on Tuesday, January 3, 2023.
12/9/22 - Shooting threat forces lockdown at Billings West High School - Similar threats investigated in several Montana cities