NANUET, N.Y. — A school in Rockland County has resumed classes after being evacuated early Tuesday as police investigated a bomb threat.
Students at Nanuet High School, located on Church Street, were redirected to the middle school during the investigation, the Clarkson Police Department said in a statement.
The school also posted an alert on their official website, alerting students, staff and faculty at the time.
Officials conducted a building-wide search to “ensure the school is safe,” Clarkstown Police Chief Raymond McCullagh said in a statement.
How the threat was made or by whom was not immediately known.
Police later said nothing was found and classes have resumed.