The all-clear has been sounded after the second bomb threat in three weeks has disrupted the school day at a high school in Springfield.
This time it happened at Southeast, where students had to evacuate the building and wait outside for nearly two hours while the building was searched.
Late last month a similar incident happened at Springfield High. It’s not known if the two incidents are connected.
Superintendent Jennifer Gill says the disruptions are frustrating, but says the district wants to err on the side of caution and works to get students back into class as quickly as possible.