Students and staff are back inside of Manchester High School on Wednesday morning after a report of a bomb threat evacuated the school.
District officials said in an email to parents that the bomb threat was sent by email to the Manchester High School office. It came from an anonymous account.
According to the district, the email did not include any details but said, "take me very seriously."
After the email was read, a staff member notified the principal who notified the police and the building was evacuated.
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The building was swept by police and they have determined that it is safe for students and staff to re-enter the building.