North Carolina elementary teacher resigns after allegedly threatening to 'shoot up the school' 05/21/2019 7:07 pm PDT Comments WGHP / Orange County via WGHP: HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. (WGHP) -- A North Carolina elementary school teacher abruptly resigned after allegedly threatening to shoot up the school, according to authorities. Kristen Thompson resigned after other teachers said she made threats to shoot up Pathways Elementary School in Hillsborough. The Orange County Sheriff's Office charged Thompson with communicating a threat of mass violence and a Durham County deputy served the warrant on Tuesday. Thompson was jailed under a $1,000 secured bond and has court planned for June 14. MORE: North Carolina elementary teacher resigns after allegedly threatening to 'shoot up the school' - WGHP #CriminalThreat #NorthCarolina #Threats #WGHP Related Stories Mom of student assaulted by teacher condemns apology Ex-teacher charged with rape, sexual battery of multiple students Fired teacher 'absolutely mortified' over assault caught on camera Teacher arrested after putting bullet in school stairwell to prove point 6th grader talks of grabbing bat, going 'down fighting' in school shooting Former Utah teacher convicted of sexually abusing students granted parole Parents want answers after girl bitten multiple times at day care Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.