THREE RIVERS – Three Rivers High School students went home early Friday due to a threat made.
Superintendent Rob Moag said the school went into a “soft lockdown” just before 10 a-m due to the threat.
Three Rivers Police investigated and requested an extensive and thorough search of the school, so administrators decided to send students home at 11:30 a-m.
The investigation is continuing and anyone with information is asked to call the main office at the school or Three Rivers Police .
You can also submit an anonymous tip through the district’s web page by clicking the TIP OFF button.
Parents are encouraged to talk to their kids and encourage them to communicate with school officials.
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