More social media threats have parents uneasy in Cecilia.

The St. Martin Parish School Board said last night that they received information in reference to a social media threat regarding Cecilia Jr. High and Cecilia Senior High School.

The Board immediately reported this to law enforcement and an investigation was launched.

St. Martin Parish School Superintendent Allen Blanchard said that both schools will be open on Tuesday.

"Additional staff members will be on-site at both schools tomorrow along with deputies from the St. Martin Parish Sheriff's office," Blanchard said.

The SMPSB is asking anyone with information regarding the identity of the individual responsible for posting this threat should contact the St. Martin Parish Sheriff's Office or St. Martin Crime Stoppers at 337-441-3030 or via the free P3 Tips App.

All tipsters will remain anonymous and if your tip leads to an arrest, you will be eligible for a cash reward.


Of course, this latest incident comes on the heels of the big scare at Lafayette High School on Monday.

There was a threat directed toward named student and staff members and circulated online after being shared on social media.

The juvenile behind the threat was ultimately arrested and booked into the Juvenile Detention Center for Terrorizing.

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