Louisville school cancels class following threat made against alumni

Classes are canceled for one school in Louisville, but not because of bad weather.

Trinity High School announced late Wednesday night that school Thursday would be canceled due to a threat.

According to the school’s website, the threat revolves around Purdue Football Coach Jeff Brohm and his decision to turn down the University of Louisville’s job offer.

It was announced yesterday that the Louisville native and Trinity alum would be staying at Purdue next season.

Brohm is also the former head coach of Western Kentucky’s football program.

The alert read on to say that police are investigating the threat.

To read the full alert from Trinity, visit Trinity’s website: http://www.trinityrocks.com/news.