KAHOKA, Mo. — A Clark County custodian pleaded guilty in court Tuesday to making a terroristic threat toward Clark County Middle School in October.
Amanda Joy Miller, 38, of Kahoka, Missouri, pleaded guilty to making a terrorist threat in the 2nd degree.
Miller was arrested last month following an investigation by the Clark County Sheriff's Office.
A terroristic threat was found in the girls' restroom in a bathroom stall October 25, 2018.
It resulted in all Clark County schools being cancelled that day.
The threat read "I'm going to kill everyone at this school today."
Superintendent Ritchie Kracht said the note was written directly on the bathroom stall.
He said the message appeared to be written in pencil, but it had been erased before it was reported to district officials.
Miller is scheduled to be sentenced January 4, 2019.