Schools across Indiana closed or switched to eLearning after receiving bomb threats Friday morning, according to Fox 59.
The Indiana State Police have not found any suspicious devices, according to WTHR.
Most of the school districts that received threats are located in Indianapolis and surrounding areas.
According to Fox 59 approximately 40 school districts across Indiana received the bomb threat. Noblesville Schools, Lebanon Community School Corporation, Marion Community Schools and Southwestern Consolidated School switched to eLearning Friday. Center Grove Schools and Speedway Schools closed for the school day.
Northern Indiana school districts Middlebury Community Schools and Fairfield Community Schools also closed after receiving a threat.
Monroe County Community School Corporation has not received any threats, according to Alexis Harmon, director of educational technology and communications. MCCSC is continuing to monitor the situation and has been in contact with Bloomington police.