School officials say CSMS students were not in danger after Friday’s threat

The Roanoke County Schools administration issued a statement earliers  this week about a threatening message found at Cave Spring Middle School on Friday, May 28.

According to the statement, a threatening message was found at the middle school, and through the efforts of Roanoke County Police and school officials, the person who made the threat was identified and appropriate actions have been taken.

“At no point were the students or staff at Cave Spring Middle School in any danger,” said Roanoke County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Lorraine Lange.  “We wanted parents to be informed about the facts of the situation and to be assured the school is safe,” Lange added.

No weapons were involved in this incident.

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