GREENVILLE, Mich. — Greenville High School is closed Friday after a potential threat was made against the school.
According to police, more than one student was involved with the threat of violence, and authorities have been speaking with their parents.
Officials were notified about this threat through anonymous tips from other students around 8 p.m. Thursday.
At this time, police believe everything is under control but may have another person or two to talk to, so without the 100 percent guarantee they decided to close for the day.
The closure is only for the high school.
FOX 17 was planning on being live at Greenville High School for a Classroom of the Week assembly.