STURBRIDGE, Mass. (MyFoxBoston.com) -- Students at Tantasqua Regional Senior High School were evacuated Friday morning after a bomb threat was reportedly found.
Police confirmed to FOX 25 the school was evacuated at about 10:30 a.m. Students returned to classes by Friday afternoon.
According to a message sent to parents by school officials, the students were moved to the junior high school after a note was found indicating that there could be a bomb in the building. The message goes on to say the students were moved for precautionary reasons as Mass. State Police conducted a full examination of the building.
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Students at Sturbridge high school return to class after bomb threat
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