ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Students at a Northeast Albuquerque high school faced two different threats Thursday.
A threatening Snapchat post made its way to cell phones of students at Eldorado High School. Earlier in the day, a person thought to have a gun was seen near the school.
Students reported the social media post to faculty and “police officers were immediately notified and this threat immediately began to be investigated,” principal Martin Sandoval wrote in an email to parents Thursday night. “We take all threats as being credible until proven otherwise.”
He did not say what the threat was, but wrote that it was directed at an assembly planned for Friday.