JACKSON COUNTY, Ohio — Oak Hill Union Local Schools were closed today in Jackson County following a social media post that sparked an investigation by law enforcement.
According to the superintendent, late yesterday evening, the district was notified of an online post. The district in a statement stopped short of saying what was said that concerned them.
Law enforcement was notified of the incident and launched a criminal investigation. Officials said that there does not appear to be any immediate threat to the schools or community.
“We will continue to work with law enforcement and school personnel to ensure the safety of our students, staff, and community, as we prepare to return to a regular schedule tomorrow,” said Superintendent Jason Mantell.
The Sheriff’s Office has not released any additional information regarding the case or if any arrests have been made.