School will still be in session Wednesday at Orange High, despite yet another bomb threat being sent to the school.
School officials posted a message on the district’s website Tuesday night saying they talked with law enforcement and decided to continue classes.
Here is the message sent out by Communications Coordinator Lou DeVincentis:
“Dear students and parents,
We want to make you aware that Orange High School has received another bomb threat this evening. The district takes these threats very seriously. After consulting with the FBI and Pepper Pike Police, we have decided to continue with school on Wednesday.
Thank you for your continued support of the Orange Schools.”
Orange High has received a series of threats in the last week, causing school to close for three days while investigators looked into the threats. But after the threats were deemed to be false by police, school resumed.
One sent Monday said a biochemical agent was put in the ventilation system, but the Cuyahoga County Board of Health and the FBI agreed it was not a credible or plausible scheme – so school continued, as scheduled.
The investigation into the threats is ongoing.
article courtesy of Newsnet5.com