NEW BOSTON, MI - On Wednesday April 11th, 2018 a student reported observing graffiti written on a wall within a bathroom located inside Miller Elementary. The graffiti included the word \u201cbomb\u201d but did not indicate a specific threat.\r\nSchool Administration contacted the Huron Township Police Department School Resource Officer. Jointly, the threat assessment protocols were put into place. It is unclear how long the graffiti has been in place inside the bathroom.\r\nNo specific threat was made. The investigation is ongoing as a cooperative effort between the Huron Township Police Department School Resource Officer, Detective Bureau, and the Huron School Administration.\r\nGood Afternoon Miller Families,\u00a0\r\nThis is Jean Gilbert, Principal of Miller Elementary.\u00a0 This afternoon, graffiti was found written on one of our bathroom stalls.\u00a0 The graffiti used the word "bomb," and we initiated our safety protocols in our building.\u00a0 Using our district safety protocols, we contacted the police, investigated the graffiti, and together determined that the threat risk was at the lowest level, and is not considered a threat.\u00a0 As part of our protocol, I am sending you this message to keep you informed.\u00a0 In addition, I sent out an automated call with this information to our Miller families.\u00a0\u00a0\r\nOur goal is to ensure student safety, and in doing so, we must make every effort to stay vigilant, even when it includes graffiti that does not pose a threat to student safety.\u00a0\u00a0\r\nPlease be sure to have a conversation with your sons and daughters about "graffiti" and "pranks," reinforcing that jokes about threats and\/or threatening language of any kind in a school setting is not funny and will be taken seriously by school officials and law enforcement.\u00a0\u00a0\r\nIf you have questions, please feel free to contact me in the school office.\u00a0\u00a0\r\n\u201cI believe that it is safe for students to attend school tomorrow. We will continue to investigate and inform the residents when additional information is available.\u201d\u00a0\u00a0 -Everette Robbins, Director of Public Safety\r\nMedia that have further questions can contact Director of Public Safety Everette Robbins at 734-260-6125. ** Please do not publish contact information in media article.