OSSINING, N.Y. -- Local police have assigned an officer to each school in the town in response to a reported "Creepy Clown" incident last week, according to Ossining's Superintendent of Schools.
"As always, the safety of our students and staff is a priority," said Superintendent Raymond Sanchez, who said the decision to station an officer at each school during dismissal was "precautionary."
Sanchez, who said authorities do not believe there is any cause for concern, said school officials and police have and will continue to full investigate all threats facing the district.
"If there are any threats against our schools, we will immediately investigate," he said.
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