Champlain Valley Union High School will have a two-hour delay on Thursday due to another bomb threat.
The threat found this afternoon warns of an explosion at a very specific time and location before school starts tomorrow morning, Principal Adam Bunting said. While the Crisis Team, which includes local police and fire, believes that the threat is not credible, the school is taking the precaution of running a delayed-start schedule.
“We will do an extensive sweep of the campus in the morning before students arrive to school,” Bunting said.
Activities will run as scheduled tonight. “Please do not hesitate to contact me or other members of the Leadership Team with questions,” Bunting said. “I will recommend to the board that we make up these two missed half days in June.”
Students with any information about the threat are asked to please contact Bunting or an adult they trust.
Students who attend Essex Technical Center and Burlington Technical Center will get their buses at Hinesburg Community School tomorrow.