Superintendent: Emmaus High School shooting threats unfounded
Reports of a shooting that was to happen after school at Emmaus High School Tuesday were unfounded, Superintedent Thomas L. Seidenberger said.
After school activities were cancelled out of concerns for safety of students, faculty and staff but the Superintendent says it was determined that the reports were not substantiated.
It's not the first time a threat has been made against the school.
Two students have recently been arrested for bomb threats at the building.
Cash rewards were offered for information leading to arrests of threats made Feb. 21, Feb. 26 and March 6. School was also closed for a day in December following a threat.
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