Boston Police say a threatening email was sent to the superintendent’s office on Thursday morning. 

Officials have determined the threat was not credible after investigating it with Boston Police. 

In a statement, Boston Police said: 

At approximately 8:55 this morning, the Boston Police Department was notified of a threatening email that was sent to the superintendent of school’s office at 2300 Washington Street, Roxbury. Upon receiving the email, school officials immediately notified the Boston Police Department. The BPD along with our local and Federal law enforcement partners promptly initiated an investigation and quickly determined that the threat contained in the email was not credible. Throughout the day, Mayor Walsh, Dr. Chang and Commissioner Evans were in constant communication and are confident that appropriate steps were taken to ensure the safety and well-being of students and faculty at all Boston Public Schools. 

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