A northeast Iowa woman is angered after administrators at her child’s school waited several days to tell her the boy’s life had been threatened. Dawn Babb says her son may have been in danger at North Linn Community School.Babb, who lives in Coggin, says the 8th grader had been put on another student’s “hit list” of 11 names, all students. She was called Tuesday at work though she says the school knew about the list last Friday.Babb says the school notifies parents about bomb threats and things like head lice, so she questions why there wasn’t a faster response in this case.A female student at the school is accused of making the hit list. She has not been charged and has been taken to a hospital for a psychiatric evaluation.
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