GWINN, Mich. (WJMN) – Gwinn Area Community Schools were closed on Monday due to an alleged threat.
In a Facebook post by the school district Monday morning, All students and staff all school buildings were closed.
Out of an abundance of caution, the Gwinn Area Community Schools will be closed on Monday, May 17th for all students and staff due to the continuing investigation of an alleged threat.
Monday afternoon, Gwinn Area Community Schools Superintendent Sandy Petrovich responded, saying the alleged threat came from a student reporting someone had plans to bring a gun to school. Petrovich said through an investigation with the school and Forsyth Township Police, they believe the threat was not credible.
School is scheduled to resume as normal on Tuesday.
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