Threatening Graffiti Delays Start Of Day At FPC High

By on April 26, 2019 in WNDB News

Palm Coast, FL – Students, faculty and staff get a late start to the day after personnel find threatening graffiti spray painted on the walls of Flagler Palm Coast High School.

That’s coming from Flagler County Schools, who says staff found the graffiti just before the school opened this morning (April 26th).

Since student’s were not on campus yet, security staff decided to keep everyone out of the buildings until the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office was able to sweep the campus.

Arriving students were told to wait at the stadium until the sweep was completed.

Around 8 a.m., the school was cleared and and students were allowed inside. As a result of the search, the start of the day was delays by about half an hour.

Security personnel are currently reviewing the school’s surveillance footage to try and find who wrote the threat on the wall.

There will also be increased security on campus for the remainder of the day.

Anyone with information regarding the threat is asked to report it to a teacher or administrator immediately.

Those with information can also submit tips about the threat through the FortifyFL app.



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