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Quiet day for MHS
Brooke Isely, a junior, and freshman Gage Noble leave Monroe High School on Monday. Isely said she wasn't bothered by the threat students and teachers received Sunday night but noted there were several students missing from school. To order either of these photos, click here. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
MONROE - Classes proceeded mostly as usual at Monroe High School on Monday in spite of an anonymous email Sunday that threatened the school. The threat, delivered to MHS students and staff through a student's school email account Sunday evening, expressed a desire to blow up the school and warned that the sender would be "bringing a suprise" (sic) to the school Thursday or possibly earlier. Monroe Police Chief Fred Kelley said the student's email account was likely hacked.