Rockford, Mich. (WZZM) - The Rockford school district has had six bomb threats since October, with the most recent scare happening last week.
On Thursday, school officials met with FBI, local, and state police personnel to discuss the threats.
The meeting was just one of many steps police and school officials have taken to try to find a solution to the string of threats. While this meeting was focused more on everyone being able to communicate with each other about this case, it was also a chance to get law enforcement agencies involved to be on the same page.
After the meeting, school officials released a YouTube video to parents at Rockford schools, explaining the situation. In the video, Superintendent Mike Shibler explains safety is the number-one priority.