Plymouth High School evacuated after receiving bomb threat


Andrew Kostrzewa

The current athletic hallway ending at the workout room in Plymouth High School, prior to the upcoming remodel. June 8, 2022..

Plymouth High School was evacuated after receiving a bomb threat following the conclusion of the April 17 school day.

According to a statement by the district, the building and nearby sports fields were evacuated as a precaution after the threat was called in.

A number of government entities, including Canton Police, P-CCS security, the Wayne County Airport Authority, Farmington Hills, Oakland County, the ATF, The City of Ann Arbor, the Great Lakes Water Authority and Trinity Health were involved in a search of the premise, which ultimately resulted in an “all clear” being issued.

“We would like to thank Canton Township Police, our P-CCS School Safety and Security Team, as well as all of the cooperating law enforcement partners for their timely response and thorough investigation,” said P-CCS Superintendent of Schools Monica Merritt in a statement. “The safety and well-being of all students and staff remains the number one priority of Plymouth-Canton Community Schools.”

School is scheduled to resume as normal for Tuesday, April 18.


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