Santa Maria ISD Students Removed following Troubling Social Media Post
SANTA MARIA – Students and staff at Santa Maria Independent School District will see an increase of security Thursday.
The jump in patrols stems from a post circulating on social media that was believed to be threat.
The administration reported the post to the Cameron County Sheriff’s Office, who later determined the post was non-terroristic.
The district removed the two students who were involved.
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