According to [Increased anxiety] after Oxford High School shooting, Kearsley and Davison cancel classes Friday because of 'increased anxiety'
Davison Community Schools and Kearlsey Community Schools have canceled class on Friday, Dec. 3 following the shooting of Oxford High School earlier this week.
Classes in both districts will resume on Monday, December 6, when they resume classes for each district.
Davison Superintendent Kevin Brown stated in a letter to parents that the district is taking a mental health day to spend time with friends and reflect on the Oxford shooting tragedy.
After the Tuesday, Dec. 30 shooting at the high school in northern Oakland County, four students died and seven others were injured.
A 15-year-old suspect, a school student, faces one count of terrorism causing death, four counts of first-degree murder for the four students who died of gunshot wounds, seven counts of assault with intent to murder, and 12 counts of possession of a firearm in the commission of a crime.
Parents may utilize Amy Chorley, the district's director of Student Services, in discussions with their children.
Davison Township and City of Davison police officers have worked closely with the district to identify copycat dangers that have swarmed social media since Tuesday's school shooting, according to Brown.
Davison schools' universities have not received threats, according to Brown.
Let's support one another during these difficult times, he added. Facefully, let's raise up the Oxford community in our thoughts, actions, and prayers.
Since the Oxford shooting, Kearsley Superintendent Paul Gaudard said that increased anxiety has put a disruption to the learning environment.
Armstrong Middle School Friday, which police are looking into, had a specific post that identified a threat to violence, according to Kearsley.
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