Ann Arbor Public Schools announced they are cancelling two spring break trips to Europe because of security concerns following the Brussels attacks.
Twenty students from Huron and Pioneer high schools were supposed to go to Spain and Italy for spring break next month.
The district told parents it plans on rescheduling the trips when there is less risk.
The state department has issued a travel warning through June 20th for Americans in Europe.
31 people were killed in the Brussels Attacks.