We have confirmed reports that the school received not one, but three bomb threats this week.

Update 2:29pm - According to school superintendent Dr. Jessica Huizenga, and Lakeville Police Chief Frank Alvilhiera the first bomb threat was received on Tuesday night around 8pm. On Thursday morning at 10:15am and 10:40am two separate threats were discovered. It was at that point that they decided to evacuate the school.  All three messages were written in bathrooms.

A full sweep was done of the school, and no evidence of anything that would cause harm to students or faculty was found. The school has been deemed safe and secure.

There is a $5,000 reward posted for anyone that can help lead police and authorities to the people responsible for the crime. Students had been evacuated to outside the school and then dismissed early due to reports of a bomb scare inside the school.

Freetown-Lakeville Regional School District