The Twin Falls School District sent out an alert to parents that they will be in contact today with authorities due to the newest TikTok Challenge asking students to make threats to their schools. The Twin Falls School District said they are on alert and have been working with police to get through the day.
Principal Marcellus wrote in an email to parents that the incident is being investigated, and called the behavior "unacceptable in our school system." He also said that disciplinary action is a very real possibility.
Covid-19 hospitalizations among younger children is on the rise in the United States. Between August 5 and September 2, more than 750,000 new Covid-19 were reported across the country, according to a state report.
The Twin Falls School District has recently been under fire for a rumor that has been circulating that the district is administering COVID 19 vaccines to children over the age of 12 without parental consent. This is not accurate.
Just a friendly reminder that this year the Twin Falls School District will be providing free breakfast and lunches to all students this year. If you have a child going to school in a Twin Falls School District school, you don't have to worry about packing them a lunch if you don't want to.