School Security: KIPP High School Students Arrested After Cyber ​​Weapon Threat

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) – A student was arrested at KIPP Houston High School Friday morning following a cyber threat, according to authorities.

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At around 9:35 a.m., KIPP Houston High School learned of a cyber threat from a student. The student was immediately identified and isolated after the threat was reported and the Houston Police Department contacted, according to KIPP.

Police said they could respond immediately and address the situation.

Students and staff were safe at all times and there is no imminent threat to the safety of students and staff, officials said.

KIPP Texas Public Schools said the health and safety of its students, their families and staff remains its top priority.

KIPP is the latest Houston-area school to have a student arrested for incidents on campus following the Uvalde school shooting. Authorities were investigating separate issues at the Clear Brook and Stephen F. Austin high schools.

SEE ALSO: The lockdown at Houston ISD’s Stephen F. Austin High School was lifted after a threat to the campus

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