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    Windham Primary School Principal Kyle Rhoads talks on a radio as students board buses to leave school Dec. 15 after a threatening email message prompted Regional School Unit 14 to release students from all of its schools in Windham and Raymond.

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    The cruiser of Windham High's school resource officer is parked outside the school. There was no other sign of a police presence on the Windham school complex around noon Dec. 16.

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    Windham High School Principal Christopher Howell speaks briefly Dec. 16 outside the locked school doors. He and the custodial staff were the only people in the building, he said.

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    Kate Delewski of Windham voices her concern about the closure of Windham-Raymond schools this week because of emailed threats. She said, “I don’t feel comfortable sending my kids back until they tell us why they were out in the first place."

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    Windham High seniors Katelyn Dudley, Emily Algeo, Jackson Giampino and Avianna Macie give their views Dec. 16 on the school closure. Giampino, a basketball player who was supposed to play in a home game, said he wasn’t disappointed that it was postponed. “Safety first,” he said.

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    Windham police Lt. Jim Boudreau told a news conference Dec. 17 at the high school that “there was a potential for danger to students and staff” in the emailed threats case.

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    RSU 14 Superintendent Sandy Prince speaks at a news conference Dec. 17 in which police announced the arrest of a juvenile in connection with emailed threats that led the district to close its schools for three days. "We will get back to normal" Thursday, Prince said. Standing behind Prince is Windham police Lt. Jim Boudreau. Image from video posted on the RSU 14 website.

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    Windham varsity basketball players Julia Linevitch, left, Sadie Nelson, center, and May Mannette watch the boys’ game Dec. 17, which was moved to USM in Gorham. They said when their school was evacuated Monday they thought it was just another lockdown drill.

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    Windham High School sophomore Dominic Stevens is among students to return to Windham schools Dec. 18 after a threat cancelled three days of classes.

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    Windham middle school students return to class Dec. 18 after a three-day shutdown caused by an emailed threat.

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    Middle school students get off the bus Dec. 18 as students return to Windham schools after a threat cancelled three days of classes.

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    Windham High resource officer Jeff Smith greets students getting dropped off as students return to Windham schools Dec. 18 after a threat cancelled three days of classes.

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    Justin Woodbury faces felony charges after threats he sent by email closed Windham-Raymond schools for three days.

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    Justin Woodbury, the juvenile accused of making email threats against RSU 14, arrives for his initial court appearance in Portland.

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