On December 17, 2021, parents raised concerns about something like a TikTok trend being considered a “significant danger” to schools in the United States of America.
TikTok’s scary school challenge calendar. Which featured a variety of deadly trends scheduled for each month, caused a stir on social media 2 months ago.
Here’s everything you need to understand if you’ve read the December 17 threats well and are waiting for guidance.
December 17 School Tiktok Threat
On December 17, numerous schools across the United States are constantly reminded of the “national danger” of gun crime, according to The Citrus County Chronicle.
Also, this follows a TikTok craze claiming that several educational shootings would take place on December 17th.
just saying i keep seeing this all over my fyp stay safe guys ♬ original sound – 𝖗𝖔𝖇𝖊𝖗𝖙𝖔 🌬️🍃.
Many TikTok users are hyping up information about the nasty trend. While also stating that he would not attend classes on Friday if necessary to defend himself.
The origin of the complaint is unknown. However, there is no evidence that school massacres took place on that day.
Parents and students are being told not to be anxious about the police across America.
Authorities respond to Dec. 17 school shooting
Many educational institutions and police authorities have reacted. To the alarming rumors that have been circulating mostly in the media like wildfire.
“Our department has not yet been brought to the attention of any kind of danger.” An official with the Fairfax County Sheriff’s Department told the media. We will be attentive to the matter. For just about any update, be sure to follow us on social media.”
“I haven’t heard about it,” Prince William County police said when asked if there was any danger.
In fact, schools have responded to the rumours. By stating that they would have communicated directly with the school systems. But that they will only take action if the situation requires it.
“We are aware of these concerns, as are local law enforcement,” a Montgomery County official said. They are considered unreliable and are occurring in many places in the country. We will be keeping an eye on social media sites and talking to the police.”
please take care and i’m not saying it’s true either but i’m just spreading the word
December 17 Tiktok: Twitter reacts
Although the police are investigating the situation. And they have told the public that there is no ‘national danger’. Numerous people have said on Twitter that they will take the correct action.
Numerous parents have declared that they would not take their children to school on December 17.
“So my school put out a letter about a TikTok trend. Where several schools send threats of school dismissal. And I’m already spending time at home for the next 2 days.” A Twitter user said. “I’m not sure what to make of that.”
“My youngest son’s school has a gunman risk tomorrow,” someone added. This appears to be a TikTok challenge that many teens across the country have recently participated in. “Oh no, that’s just a threat,” they inform us. Single?? So, there you have it.”