Updated: 6 p.m. | Posted: 07:29 a.m.
Officials plan to resume classes Monday at a Minneapolis high school where classes were canceled because of an unspecified threat.
Minneapolis Public Schools and Minneapolis police, who are investigating the threat, declined to provide details about the threat that closed Washburn High School Friday. School district spokesman Dirk Tedmon says school staff became aware of the threat Thursday evening. Tedmon says because security staff and police needed time to investigate, administrators decided to cancel school Friday.
In an update to families, school officials said they don't know yet if the threat is credible, but they know who is involved and will follow district disciplinary procedures as necessary.
Minneapolis police spokesman John Elder says he can't provide any specifics about the threat because of the ongoing investigation.