Mishawaka High School moves to remote learning due to threat

MISHAWAKA, Ind. – Mishawaka High School is moving to remote learning on Monday after school officials were made aware of a threat concerning the high school, according to the superintendent of schools, Wayne Barker. 

Administration is following the district safety plan with the Mishawaka Police Department.

At the time the letter was issued, the school administration had not determined if the threat is credible or not, but out of an abundance of caution, school officials have decided to make Monday an eLearning day.

No students should report to the high school. Teachers are working remotely from home today. All other support staff should not report to work unless notified by their direct supervisor.

School City of Mishawaka is currently working with officers to determine if this threat was credible or not.

Students should take note that all assignments will be posted to Canvas by 9 am. Only Mishawaka High School will be remote learning today. All other School City of Mishawaka schools will be open for in-person learning.

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