Goshen School District makes changes ahead of football game after reported shooting threat

A report of a student receiving a shooting threat in the Goshen Central School District prompted changes ahead of Friday's football game.

News 12 Staff

Oct 7, 2022, 10:12 AM

Updated 590 days ago

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A report of a student receiving a shooting threat in the Goshen Central School District prompted changes ahead of Friday's football game.
Students must attend with an adult, although chaperones can bring up to three students at a time.
The move comes after a student received a shooting threat via AirDrop on their phone.
Authorities have apparently determined that threat was a hoax, but it marks the third such threat in Hudson Valley schools in recent weeks.


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