GREENVILLE, Mich. – Greenville Public Schools were on lockdown for a short time Thursday morning after a potential threat was directed at the middle school.
Greenville Public Safety officers say a text message was sent by a student making a threat against the school during the time students were arriving. They were able to determine the student was on a bus heading to the school. They were able to stop the bus and the student was removed without incident.
A district spokeswoman says that no weapon was found on the student. Classes have resumed as scheduled.
Later Thursday, the district released information saying that the threat was actually from an earlier incident that had already been investigated and popped up again on social media. A concerned student contacted a parent about the information.