Messages on Concord High Website From Southern State
The messages that showed up on the Concord High School social educational website that led to tightened security came from an IP address in a southern state.
Brandywine School District Superintendent Mark Holodick told WDEL that the person who is responsible has not yet been identified.
He said that it is believed that a student posted the message because a log-in is required for the website.
Holodick told the station that the message weren’t necessarily threatening but were offensive toward different people and groups.
He said that yesterday as many as two-thirds of the students at the school stayed home because of the threat.