After consulting with police, college will proceed as scheduled Wednesday with added security measures.
KENTWOOD, Mich. — A attainable menace written in graffiti was present in an East Kentwood High School rest room through the college day Tuesday, district officers introduced.
College employees known as the Kent County Sheriff’s Workplace and outdoors safety to analyze.
The message was found by a scholar.
“We’re grateful for the coed that reported this concern to a trusted grownup at EKHS,” mentioned Kentwood Public Colleges Superintendent Kevin Polston.
“The coed’s actions show how essential robust, genuine relationships are at Kentwood Public Colleges.”
After consulting with police, college will proceed as scheduled Wednesday with added security measures, Polston mentioned.
There shall be extra deputies and college security employees on website, in addition to a weapons scanning machine at every entrance.
District officers are asking mother and father, academics and employees to speak with college students the seriousness of constructing a menace in opposition to a faculty.
“The protection of scholars and employees stays our prime precedence. Every member of the Kentwood neighborhood performs a significant function at school and neighborhood security,” Polston mentioned.
If anybody has data on this incident, you are requested to name the Kent County Sheriff’s Workplace at 616-632-6490.
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