Harrisburg HS to resume classes tomorrow following Monday’s bomb threat
HARRISBURG — UPDATE: All classes at Harrisburg High School’s John Harris Campus will resume tomorrow at their regularly scheduled time, according to school officials.
The campus was deemed safe following a search by law enforcement officers and bomb-sniffing dogs.
PREVIOUS: A bomb threat forced an early dismissal Monday at Harrisburg High School’s John Harris Campus, school officials announced.
Students were dismissed at 11:45 a.m. School staff was relocated to the Lincoln Administration building until the high school building was cleared. School officials say the situation is under control; police are currently checking the campus with bomb-sniffing dogs.
Parents and guardians were notified via the school district’s Messenger Notification System, school officials say.
Students, parents and staff will be updated once the building has been cleared.