North Farmington High Put on Lockdown after Social Media Threat

North Farmington High Put on Lockdown after Social Media Threat

Farmington Hills, MI – Police put North Farmington Hills High School on lockdown Monday morning after being alerted of a threat on social media.

Principal Joe Greene sent an email to parents stating “We wanted to make you aware of a situation that unfolded this morning,” Greene said. “A North parent and several North students brought to our attention, as well as to the attention of the police, that there was a social media posting making a threat to school safety for today…. Out of an abundance of caution and in an effort to best support our students, we have asked staff to be extra vigilant today, as well as to help reassure students, and identify any students that may need support.”

This story will be updated as more information becomes available.

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