North Allegheny school officials cancelled an orchestra concert scheduled for Thursday night at Carson Middle School after a detailed bomb threat was discovered in a boy's bathroom earlier in the day.
In a letter posted on the district's website, Carson Principal Katherine Jenkins and Brian Miller, assistant superintendent of K-12, said that the McCandless police were called, the school was evacuated, and bomb-sniffing dogs were brought in to sweep the campus. Security will also be in the school overnight.
A number of security precautions will be taken throughout the day on Friday, Dec. 21, the letter stated.
- All students will pass through a security search area prior to entering school.
- Students may bring books, notebooks, and binders as necessary—but not backpacks or large bags.
- Student movement throughout the building and on campus will be restricted throughout the day.
Click here to read the entire letter posted on the district website.
The district asks that if you or your child has any information that may help in the investigation, to please speak to any adult at Carson Middle School or call the NA TIPS line at 724-933-TIPS.
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