Classes in the Dublin schools resume today after a bomb threat forced district-wide delays on Monday.
District officials say an email yesterday morning hinted that bombs were planted in several buildings, so they delayed classes by two hours while police investigated. Dublin police found nothing in any of the schools. The threat came less than a month after a student emailed a bomb threat to Jerome High School that forced an evacuation. A bomb threat also caused Coffman High School to be evacuated a few weeks earlier.