ROCKFORD, Mich. (WOOD) – The superintendent of Rockford schools is requesting a meeting with law enforcement after two-days of threats to the district.
Students at the Rockford Freshman Center were dismissed on time Friday after someone called in threat to Rockford police.
This is the second threat made against the Rockford School District over the last two-days.
Unlike Thursday’s bomb threat, the school didn’t implement their shelter-in-place procedure. This is because the threat was made to the outside of the building, according to Rockford Superintendent of Schools Dr. Michael Shibler.
The afternoon continued as normal for students and staff while the Kent County Sheriff’s Department investigated.
Schibler is requesting a meeting with law enforcement after two-days of threats to the district.
He said the FBI is involved in the investigation into the multiple threats to the school district this school year.