The 18-year-old Helena student removed from school on Tuesday after posting a Snapchat video with a pistol returned to school on Friday.
Helena Public Schools Superintendent Jack Copps said the student attended a re-entry meeting on Friday morning with parents and school administrators. It was decided the student did not pose a threat to Capital High School or anyone at the school, Copps said.
The student posted the Snapchat video while posing a question about the merits of the Second Amendment. The post was reported to school officials during a week with multiple threats to schools across Montana. While the incident was eventually deemed not a threat, Copps previously said he supports an environment where students feel comfortable reporting what could lead to dangerous behavior.