Manchester High School Evacuated Over Bomb Threat
Manchester Township High School is being evacuated due to a bomb threat made Wednesday morning.
According to the Manchester Township School District, students were dismissed at 10:45 a.m. Manchester Police Chief Brian Klimakowski said, "the threat does not appear to be credible," according to Patch.com.
As of noon, Manchester Police said they still have a heavy presence at the school and are in the processes of clearing the building.
Afternoon Middle School sessions have been cancelled. The school is on split sessions due to a mold problem at the Manchester Middle School.
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