Mishawaka Schools still investigating threat concerning high school
MISHAWAKA, Ind. – Investigators are still looking into a threat concerning Mishawaka High School and school officials will soon decide if students will have another e-Learning day on Wednesday, December 22.
In a letter sent to families, Superintendent of Schools Wayne Barker said the School City of Mishawaka will decide by 6 a.m. on Wednesday morning about whether to hold another e-Learning day based on any information gathered through search warrants that could happen during the night.
Read the full letter below:
Good evening Mishawaka High School families,
The investigation into the threat concerning Mishawaka High School is still ongoing at this time. We understand that this can be unsettling for students and parents alike; please understand that we are limited in terms of what we can share due to privacy, safety concerns and to not compromise the investigation. We are able to share that the current stage in the police investigation involves search warrants. Based on any information obtained through the search warrants that may unfold during the night, we will announce a decision at 6:00 AM if Wednesday, December 22 will be an eLearning day or if students will return to in-person learning.
A reminder to all students and families, if you see something, say something. Tips can and should be reported immediately by directly speaking with administrators or counselors, calling (800) 418-6423 ext. 359, texting the word TIPS to the number 66746, or using the website of www.safeschoolhelpline.com. Providing timely information and concerns aids us in keeping our schools safe.
We thank you for your patience and understanding as decisions are made with the safety of students and staff as our highest priority.
Superintendent of Schools