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Letter: Dr. Calvin on non-credible event 6/2

June 2, 2022
Dear Oswego City School District Community,

This afternoon, district officials learned of an alleged threat directed toward Oswego High School. Thanks to the work of school administration, the Oswego Police Department and our School Resource Officer team, we have deemed this threat to be not credible.

I wanted to make the community aware of this for transparency’s sake and to inform you all that there will be an increased law enforcement presence in some schools, especially OHS, as is standard practice after a threat of this nature -- credible or not.

We would like to again thank the Oswego Police Department and the Oswego County Sheriff’s Department for their continued partnership and prompt response along with all they do to keep our learning community safe.

Thank you for your time and please reach out to your child’s principal should you have any further questions or concerns.

Yours in Education,
Mathis Calvin III, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools

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