John Marshall High School received a bomb threat today, according to a Rochester Public Schools press release at about 7:30 p.m.
The district worked with Rochester police to search the school and determined that the building is safe and students and staff can return Tuesday. The district notified parents and staff of the situation, the release said.
There was no information in the news release about what time the bomb threat came in or whether the building was evacuated.
JM received a bomb threat on March 21, causing an evacuation of the school.
All students were safe and returned to the building just before 2 p.m. after authorities swept the building.