Threat cancels classes at Grand Haven elementary school

Posted at 9:15 AM, Nov 22, 2019

GRAND HAVEN, Mich. — Students of Rosy Mound Elementary will not be in class Friday after a threat.

The district says it received a threat Friday through the OK2SAY app involving students at Rosy Mound Elementary School. No other schools were named in the threat.

Investigators have identified the person who sent the threat as a 15-year-old from Grand Haven and are working with the prosecutor’s office to determine if there will be charges.

The information is vague but the district has decided to close Rosy Mound for the day.

Students on buses are being taken to Lakeshore Middle School and parents are asked to pick up their kids as soon as possible.