Salem officials investigate reports of threatening video made by high school student

SALEM, N.H. — Salem officials are telling parents not to worry after a Salem High student who had been suspended from school for hateful speech reportedly made a video targeting students last week.

Two weeks ago, an unidentified student was suspended from Salem High after yelling what the school district said was an inappropriate and hateful comment about sexual orientation to a small group of students, according to Superintendent Michael Delahanty.

While serving his suspension, the student posted a video on social media with viewpoints that Delahanty said were “inappropriate and contradictory to our school and community values.” | More…

| Eagle-Tribune

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