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NBC25 spoke with Kearsley Superintendent Patti Yorks who said that the school has received an "all-clear" from authorities investigating the bomb threat.
Superintendent Yorks said that the school received a written bomb threat at about noon today. Dogs swept the building as teachers went into "lockdown" with their classes.
The school is no longer under lockdown and classes have resumed as normal, said Yorks.
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Kearsley High School in Genesee Township is under lockdown right now due to a bomb threat.
Undersheriff Chris Swanson confirmed to NBC25 that a threat had been made. Dogs are being brought in to check for a bomb. Undersheriff Swanson said that this is standard operating procedure.
The Genesee County Sherriff's Office and the Genesee Township Police Department have both responded to the scene.
NBC25 has reached out to the school for more information.
Stay with NBC25 online for further updates.