GREENFIELD, Ind. — Southern Hancock County Schools has announced one of its elementary schools will be closed Wednesday after the discovery of a large beehive.
Wes Anderson, a school district spokesperson, said the beehive was found inside Brandywine Elementary School.
Anderson said the bees are contained and are not a threat to anyone in the area. The district opted to close the building Wednesday, May 26 "out of an abundance of caution."
It will not be an e-learning day.
Other schools in the district will be open and on a regular schedule Wednesday.