Wenatchee High School moves to remote learning Friday in response to threat

WENATCHEE, Wash. — Wenatchee High School moved classes online Friday because of a threat toward the school.

Police are investigating, and more information is expected at a later time.

In a Facebook post, the school district said the high school will move to a Monday late schedule with remote learning Friday “out of an abundance of caution.”

School leaders said they would determine if after-school programs will continue based on the investigation.

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