Students Evacuated After Bomb Threat At North East Middle School
NORTH EAST, Md. (WJZ) — A bomb threat has been reported at North East Middle School.
All students and staff are being relocated to North East High School as a precautionary measure.
Parents should report to North East High School where they will be directed to the proper entrance.
Individuals authorized to pick up students should have photo identification.
Students who are not able to be picked up at North East High School will be transported home directly from North East High School at the regular dismissal time.
Please contact North East High School at 410-996-6200 if you have any questions.
Maryland State Police are currently questioning four students in connection with the bomb threat.
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