- Associated Press - Tuesday, September 22, 2015

EL DORADO, Kan. (AP) - El Dorado officials are searching for the person or people who have disrupted school activities twice in 10 days with threats on social media.

El Dorado High School was locked down Monday for about two hours after a student reported a threat on social media. All rooms were screened before students were released on schedule.

On Sept. 11, El Dorado’s football game against Augusta was postponed because of another threat on social media. The game was played two days later.

School officials said in a news release the district will seek discipline or prosecution against those responsible for the threats.

The district also said that it does not assume the threats come from a student or students. Details of the threats were not released.


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