Bomb Threat Sparks Quick Response At Dartmouth High
A "robo-call" bomb threat was phoned in to Dartmouth High School shortly after ten Tuesday morning.
High School Principal Dr. John Gould says police responded quickly.
"We collaborated with Dartmouth Police who did a great job. We did an initial search in the common areas, and followed up with Dartmouth Police conducting searches followed by the State Police canine units coming in as well."
Nothing was found and the "all clear" was sounded shortly after 12 noon. There were no injuries reported.
Dr. Gould says students and faculty were told to shelter in place while police conducted their search. Parents who wanted to remove their children from school were allowed to do so.
Dr. Gould also told us Tuesday was MCAS Day at Dartmouth High.