Evart Police said four windows at Evart Elementary School were destroyed after shots were fired through the windows.
School staff called police Monday to report the broken windows when they arrived after the holiday break. School officials said the Evart Police Department and a K-9 unit searched the school grounds and determined the windows were damaged from "projectiles discharged by a firearm."
Evart Police say four shots were fired and four windows broken sometime Wednesday night. Evidence collected at the scene suggests the shots came from a shotgun and a semi-automatic rifle.
The windows are in the process of being repaired.
Anyone who may have heard gunshots in the area of the school over the holiday weekend, or saw anything suspicious, are being asked to call the Evart Police Department at 231-734-5911.