KETTERING, Ohio (WDTN) – Fairmont High School in Kettering was evacuated Thursday morning and was closed for the day.
District and high school administration are working with the Kettering Police to investigate a graffiti bomb threat that was left in a high school bathroom.
Parents of students received a call from the school notifying them of the action.
Students who walk and drive to school were dismissed immediately. Other students were picked up from the Trent Arena.
A parent arriving to pick up their child said all student’s personal items must be left in the school until tomorrow so they can be inspected.
Police say a janitor found the note around 9:45 a.m.
The students were evacuated at 11:30 a.m.
The investigation involved several search teams and five police K9s.
Nothing was found in the building.
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