Bomb threat found at Fairfield Warde

Fairfield schools to open Friday; 'threat' latest in series around area

Thursday, May 8, 9:38 p.m.: Fairfield and State police have declared Fairfield Warde High School safe for a normal school day Friday, but access will be limited.

State and local police inspected the building after a bomb threat was found scribbled on a desk.

As an extra precaution, entrance to the school for students and staff at the start of the school day will be limited to the main entrance and the entrance at the bus drop off.

There will be increased police presence throughout the day, according to a message sent to parents Thursday night.

Thursday, May 8, 6:47 p.m.: Fairfield Warde High School and other Fairfield schools will open Friday despite a threat found at Warde Thursday.

“Going to bomb school” on May 9 was found scribbled on a desk.

“There are no indications that the message is credible, especially in light of several recent and similar bomb hoaxes in the area,” according to a note sent to parents.

Fairfield Police are investigating the message and steps are being taken to ensure the school is safe, parents were told in a message.

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