North Judson-San Pierre High School open Friday despite bomb threat

By: NewsCenter16 Staff Email
By: NewsCenter16 Staff Email

School will be open Friday, despite a bomb threat at North Judson-San Pierre High School.

According to our reporting partners at WKVI Radio, the threat was written on a bathroom stall. It reportedly mentioned October 18th at noon.

The district superintendent and high school principal released a statement Thursday, saying they believe it is a hoax. They say they will take precautions at all buildings.

The school also had a threat in April 2013. No explosives were found after a search of the building that took several hours. About 80% of students attended that day.

Officials say they are taking the threat seriously, and will enforce more restrictions, if the threats continue.


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