STREATOR — A reported threat of violence Wednesday on a Woodland school bus has prompted an investigation by police and school officials, but classes will go on Thursday as scheduled.
A high school student allegedly made a threat to a group of students on a bus after school, insinuating there would be violence Thursday at the school, Woodland school Superintendent Ryan McGuckin said in a news release.
"The district is cooperating fully with the Livingston County Sheriff's Department and the family of the student to ensure, one, the safety and security of all students and staff at Woodland and, two, the person responsible for the threat is disciplined in the appropriate manner," he said.
Sheriff's police will be at the school Thursday.
Anyone with information is asked to call McGuckin at 815-672-5974 or the sheriff's department at 815-844-0911