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Students returning to school in North Vancouver Tuesday will receive a talk about clowns. a letter emailed to families Friday afternoon, the North Vancouver school district superintendent, Mark Pearmain, encouraged parents to speak to their children about a prank that has been gaining popularity among youth, adding educators will be discussing it with them children at school next week.
of creepy clowns appearing at schools have now begun to surface in the North Vancouver school district, Pearmain wrote. threats against schools for any reason is unacceptable. social media fuelled creepy clown phenomenon, in which people dress up like Stephen King style bozos to frighten others, has been gaining momentum as Halloween approaches. There have been several sightings in Langley and Prince George, where a school was in lockdown for several hours last week after a clown threat. Two teens were arrested, according to Prince George RCMP.
Pearmain said North Vancouver RCMP is supporting the school district in addressing the creepy clown threats. The superintendent said the danger lies in the violence that can occur when someone is confronted by others in scary clown masks.
we understand that students likely believe it is a harmless prank, it truly is terrifying for people and can spark violence, he said. is also important that students understand the significance of uttering threats against their school.