All clear given at Seaford M.S. after bomb scare
SEAFORD - Seaford Middle School has been deemed safe after a 911 call reported that a threatening note was found inside the building today.
A student found a note about a bomb in one of the student restrooms, according to Seaford School Superintendent Brian Conboy. Officials say the student turned the note over to a teacher, who then gave it to the principal. Nassau police responded to the scene.
The students remained in their classrooms while police did a security sweep of the cafeteria and gym. Officials say that once initial rooms were deemed safe, the students were brought there while police did a check of the rest of the classrooms.
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Students were not evacuated from the building and classes resumed once the building had been cleared.