â€œWe are thankful to SJPD for their quick response and support,' Superintendent Ann Cardon said in a statement. â€œOur high school administration and staff have handled this situation with tremendous professionalism and respect. Our main focus is always student safety and our efforts will be concentrated on providing a safe and calm learning environment as we finish the school year.â€ She also reported that Ms. Hill had resigned May 1st.
She was housed in the Berrien County Jail until May 3rd, when she posted a $10,000 bond. Her arraignment is scheduled for May 12th.
Students have reported that the victim hasnâ€™t been back to school since Lauren Hillâ€™s arrest.