School officials at Warren East High School say they found a threatening message in one of their bathrooms today.
The school has notified students and parents through an automated voice messaging system, and is looking for any tips on who is responsible.
"We've informed all the students that we are going to handle this as a threat, and we've asked them to provide us with any information. We've actually offered a hundred dollar reward for anybody who provides information that would lead to conviction of such individual," said Warren County Public School Public Information Officer Joanie Hendricks.
They say anyone with information or concerns should call Warren East High School.
The Sheriff's Department is providing extra security at the school tomorrow, and monitoring it throughout the night, but officials say school will be in session and they expect a normal school day.
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