EAST GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- Students at East Grand Rapids high school went sent home early Monday.
Administrators say the school received a bomb threat and decided to cancel classes only at the high school for the safety and security of the students.
A search of the school by East Grand Rapids Public Safety, with assistance from Grand Rapids Police, Michigan State Police and Spectrum Health, found no evidence of a bomb.
The school sent an updated letter to parents stating that the school is secure.
Classes at the high school are canceled for the day while classes at all other schools will still be in session.