SOUDERTON, Pa. - Souderton Area High School in Montgomery County is dismissing students after a threat was found in the bathroom, according to the school's website.
District officials said a "threatening note" was found in the high school bathroom Wednesday morning.
Students and staff were evacuated to the stadium while police searched the building.
The school said due to the low temperatures outside, the high school decided to dismiss students early.
Buses began leaving the school at 9:30 a.m. Parents can pick their students up at the Halteman side of the building.
Officials did not specify what the note said.
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