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Huron High School on lockdown after bomb threat

The area of the threat has been evacuated and K9 Units are on the scene.



The Huron Township Department of Public Safety is currently working a Bomb threat investigation at Huron High School.

At the direction of the Public Safety Department, the school campus has been placed on lockdown. No one is being permitted onto or out of the campus. The Huron Township Fire Department is on the scene in the event they are needed.

The area of the threat has been evacuated and K9 Units are on the scene.

We will continue to investigate. Student safety is priority one. We appreciate your confidence and patience


Immediately prior to the start of our school day this morning, a teacher at the high school received a bomb threat that caused concern for our team. Administrators immediately contacted law enforcement, and emergency protocols were implemented. The building was placed into a secure mode, and law enforcement and administrators searched the premises.

Due to the nature of the threat, and out of an abundance of caution, the high school staff and students engaged in a controlled evacuation, moving students and staff to an alternate location. We are continuing to follow all of our safety protocols closely, while working with the HTPD to ensure student safety. All staff and students are safe and secure, and there is no active concern at this time. Thank you for your patience and understanding related to this matter. More information will follow as the situation develops.”