A threat was made to Kenton High School this evening.


On a recorded telephone message, Kenton High School Principal Chad Thrush explained that a broad, non-specific threat was made against the school. After school officials were notified, officers from the Kenton Police Department were contacted and an investigation was conducted. 


The investigation concluded that no threat was apparent to school students or staff members. The school is set to start classes on time tomorrow, with a law-enforcement presence. Thrush also noted that the presence will be maintained by law-enforcement through the remainder of the school year.