(BRONSON) – A threat against Bronson Community Schools was handled by school administration.
On their Facebook page, Bronson High School administration announced that they were made aware of a threat to the school Friday that was written on a classroom table. The student responsible for this incident was quickly identified and after a thorough investigation, consequences were imposed.
A threat assessment team, made up of school administrators and staff and the Bronson Police Department, met to determine the credibility of the threat. All necessary precautions were taken to ensure the safety of the students and staff.
School officials say they will always put the safety of their students and staff first.
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