All clear at Franklin schools after a bomb threat evacuated building, district says
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WXIX) - Students are back in class after a bomb threat concerning Franklin Junior High and Franklin High School evacuated the campus Tuesday morning, district officials say.
A news release from the district says the threat was called in around 8:38 a.m.
Parents were advised to avoid the area earlier Tuesday to allow for police and other emergency personnel to assess the situation.
All students and personnel at the entire Fourth Street facility were evacuated to Gerke Elementary School.
The Butler County Sheriff’s Office bomb squad search the campus and found no bomb or safety threat, according to the district.
Students were cleared to return to the school buildings around 10:30 a.m.
Authorities are investigating the source of the threat
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