The superintendent is planning to meet with school staff, police and other officials about a hit list found inside Hill-Roberts Elementary School.
Administrators said a fourth grade student created the list, which featured the names of other students.
According to the Sun Chronicle, officials will meet this morning to discuss the situation. Superintendent Kenneth Sheehan said a substitute teacher found the list at the school Monday. Children went home yesterday with notes to explain the situation to their parents.
Superintendent Sheehan said the safety of students is the top priority.
He did not say if any action has been taken against the student who allegedly wrote the list.
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