Bomb Threat Leads to Evacuation of Montgomery High
Montgomery High School was evacuated this afternoon due to a bomb threat, and everyone is safe. No explosives have been discovered at the school.
Students were evacuated to the football field and students were advised to take their district assigned bus home. Any student that did not take a bus is remaining at the football stadium. Parent pickups of students were being coordinated by the police department. All students with access to their car keys were released. No one is permitted back into the building until authorized by the police department.
The bomb threat is the second in the Princeton area in two days. On Tuesday morning a bomb threat was received by Princeton University, resulting in the evacuation of more than 6,000 employees, students and campers. After a search that lasted several hours, no explosives were found and the campus was reopened in the evening.
Bomb threats have been received around the country this week.