GREENVILLE, Mich. (WOOD) — Authorities say a threat that closed Greenville High School Friday was unsubstantiated.
According to a Greenville High School Facebook post, authorities told school officials of the threat to the high school late Thursday night. Greenville Public Schools decided to cancel classes for the high school early Friday morning.
The Facebook post went on to say “the safety of our students and staff is our primary concern.”
Once authorities completed their investigation, it was determined that the threat was unsubstantiated and there were no threats to any schools.