Classes Resume After Threat At Plymouth-Canton Schools
CANTON (WWJ) – Classes at all three Plymouth-Canton high schools are back in session Tuesday morning after a threatening note sent everyone home Monday.
Canton Police Detective Sergeant Dave Schreiner said a teacher at Salem High School found the note, which was vague.
“The note was somewhat disturbing in that it contained language that included some disturbing language and some disturbing wording indicating that somebody was upset about the way in which they were treated, whether it’s by co-students or faculty, we’re not sure,” Schreiner said.
All three high schools on the campus – Salem, Plymouth and Canton – were let out early Monday following a lock-down after the note was found.
WWJ’s Ron Dewey reports as classes resumed Tuesday, it looks like a normal day, except for the presence of a few extra police officers at the campus.
As police and school administrators investigate, the district is offering a $1,000 reward for tips leading to an arrest in the case. All leads should be directed to the Canton Township Department of Public Safety at 734-394-5400.
Parents are urged to check the school district’s web site for the latest information.