An anonymous bomb threat has prompted Ionia Public Schools to cancel classes Tuesday. The Superintendent was alerted Sunday by Michigan State Police who received the tip via "OK2Say".

Ionia Public Schools Superintendent Ron Wilson was notified Sunday about the threat, and announced that all Ionia school buildings will be closed on Tuesday. Classes will resume on Wednesday.

A Michigan State Police K-9 Unit will be at the high school early Tuesday morning to conduct a thorough search of the building, Wilson said.

"The threat was very specific - it said there is a a bomb in a locker at the high school and is set to go off on 10:15 on Tuesday morning," Wilson said. "The high school will remain on lockdown until they conduct the search". (Ionia Schools)

Read the complete statement from Ionia Public School here.

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