Police are investigating incidents at Starkweather High School in Plymouth.
A student has been taken into custody in connection with threatening letters found this week at Plymouth-Canton Schools.
The search continues for the person or people responsible for leaving threatening notes on the Plymouth-Canton School campus this week.
A reward is now being offered to help catch the person leaving threatening notes around the Plymouth-Canton-Salem high school campus.
The “all clear” has been given at the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park, following a second police investigation this week that had the three high schools on lockdown.
Classes at all three Plymouth-Canton high schools are back in session Tuesday morning after a threatening note sent everyone home Monday.
Plymouth Canton students have been sent home early following a threat that led to a lock-down Monday morning.
Raymond Schepansky has pleaded guilty to carrying a concealed weapon.
As Gov. Snyder and state Republicans celebrate the budget deal, some Michigan lawmakers and educators remain concerned about what cuts to education will mean for students.