Farmington's superintendent said a threat which came in overnight is "unsubstantiated at this time."
The Farmington Police Department received information "pertaining to the possibility of potential threatening behavior occurring in our community," Farmington Central CUSD 265 Superintendent Dr. Zac Chatterton said in a letter posted on the district's website.
"The threat did not involve our campus or any of our students. Additionally, the threat alluded to occurring to the evening hours of Friday April 13th. For these reasons, our school day will be uninterrupted with no changes to the schedule," Chatterton said.
Chatterton said precautionary measures will be taken if any further information comes forward to prompt it.