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Wooster High cleared of bomb threat
by Tribune Staff
Oct 17, 2011 | 1332 views | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
RENO — Wooster High School received a bomb threat about 15 minutes prior to students being let out of school Monday, according to Washoe County School District spokeswoman Nancy Leuenhagen.

After school police searched for about an hour, the campus was declared safe. Nothing was found, Leuenhagen said.

School police worked with staff to escort the students out of the building, and buses were diverted to Sac-N-Sav.

Parents were alerted to the emergency, Leuenhagen said, and then told via email that the campus will be safe for students to return Tuesday. After-school activities Monday were canceled.

Police will be investigating phone records to find out who called the threat into the school's office.
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