LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) — Police will be on campus at a Van Buren County school out of precaution after a potential threat was found to be false.
In a letter to parents, Lawrence Public Schools superintendent Gretchen Gendron said the district received reports of a threat made by a student after school hours Thursday.
Michigan State Police investigated the potential threat and found it to be false. To ease concerns, Gendorn said law enforcement will be on campus Friday.
The superintendent also noted the importance of student sharing concerns of any potential threats, including weapons or threats made online.