Millard parents received a note Wednesday, explaining that two anonymous graffiti threats had been found - one the week prior- one on Wednesday. The Douglas County Sheriff's Office tells WOWT the threats are not credible.
One of the two messages was found in a boys' bathroom at Millard West. It's not clear where the other was found. Both messages referenced something happening Friday the 18th.
The Sheriff's Office says there's nothing substantial behind the messages - and deemed them "low threat." However, we're told cruisers patrolling the area will be giving special attention around the school that day.
District Communications head Rebecca Kleeman tells WOWT some administrators have heard from parents who believe the threat was part of a student effort to get school off on Friday.
Any parent who may know something about that is asked to contact an administrator or call the Millard Public Schools Safe Schools Hotline at 1-888-809-4754.
The district says any student caught trying to cause disruptive behavior - "fanning the flames on social media"- will be disciplined.