Mishawaka High School will hold e-Learning day Tuesday due to threat

MISHAWAKA, Ind.— Mishawaka High School moved instruction online Tuesday due to a threat concerning the school that is under investigation by the Mishawaka Police Department.

The high school also had an e-Learning day on Monday due to the treat.

No students should report to the high school on Tuesday. 

MHS teachers are working remotely from home and all other support staff should not report to work unless otherwise notified by their direct supervisor.

Below is the letter that was sent out to MHS families today:

Good morning Mishawaka High School families,

The investigation into the threat concerning Mishawaka High School is still under investigation by the Mishawaka Police Department. At this time and out of an abundance of caution, Mishawaka High School will have an eLearning day today, Tuesday, December 21. No students will report to the building. MHS Teachers will work remotely from home. All other MHS support staff should not report to work unless notified by their direct supervisor.

SCM officials are continuing to work with the Mishawaka Police Department to determine the credibility of the threat and we will communicate with you as we know more.

 Again, Mishawaka High School will have an eLearning day today, December 21. All assignments will be posted on Canvas by 9:00 AM. Please note this only involves Mishawaka High School. All other School City of Mishawaka schools will be open for in-person learning.

Sincerely,

Wayne Barker

Superintendent of Schools

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