A school threat to the Jackson High School has prompted an evacuation, and officers are on the scene.
A female suspect was taken into custody Friday for making a bomb threat that forced the evacuation of Jackson High School.
The juvenile is believed to have made the threat on Instagram.
A grandparent notified authorities after her granddaughter noticed the post.
After authorities searched the school room-by-room, no bomb was discovered.
Originally students were moved to a secondary location during the investigation.
The district later canceled classes.
The girl will be referred to juvenile authorities. She’s been taken in on suspicion of making a terrorist threat.
A Lieutenant with the Jackson Police Department says there has been no shooting, and there is no shooter.
No one has been taken into custody.
Students have been evacuated and they were moved to a secondary location.
However, now the whole district is closing at 9. Buses will be leaving at 9 o’clock.
Meanwhile, officers were going to continue investigating to determine if there’s any immediate threat and decide if students can return to the main location. One parent says limited space has prompted the district to release the students and close the school for the day.