HOWARD CITY, Mich. (WZZM) - Students attending their final day of classes at Tri-County High School were met with extra security after a threat was found on a bathroom wall.

Earlier this week, the words "Bomb 6/13" were found written on the wall in one of the boys' bathrooms, according to Superintendent Allen Cumings.

Students attending school Friday morning all went through one entrance, which was manned by specially trained Michigan State Police observers. No students were searched or physically frisked as they entered.

Police have now cleared the scene and school officials don't expect any issues at the campus today.

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