Buchanan Community Schools receive three threats in nine days
BUCHANAN, Mich. - Buchanan Community Schools received three threats to its schools in nine days, according to a letter from Superintendent Patricia L. Robinson.
The first threat, reported on September 14, has been resolved based on the student code of conduct, Board of Education policies, and additional laws, Superintendent Robinson said.
The second threat, reported on September 16, involved handwritten notes and is still being investigated.
Notes and writing samples were sent to a crime lab in Lansing for further review.
The third incident, reported on Friday, is still under review.
The student involved was removed from school.
A letter was shared with high school families regarding the incident on Friday.
According to the letter, the threat was made through a social media post. Originally, the post targeted Buchanan High School but was revised to target a specific student.
Click here to read the letter to the entire school corporation.
Click here to read the letter sent to high school families.