Woodland CUSD 5 started school Thursday with a heightened police presence after a high school student made a threat against the school on the bus.
The district said the student made the threat toward a group of students on the bus Wednesday afternoon "insinuating school violence tomorrow at school." The district said it is working with the Livingston County Sheriff's Office and the family of the student to ensure school safety and discipline the student.
School was held Thursday with a heightened sheriff's office presence on site.
Anyone with questions is asked to contact Woodland Superintendent Ryan McGuckin at 815-672-5974 or the Livingston County Sheriff's Office at 815-844-0911.