Albert Einstein High School Evacuated Following Bomb Threat at the School

Courtesy MCPS

Update: Einstein High School has been cleared. Staff and students are returning back to campus. The threat was determined to be not credible.

The Shelter-in-Place at Thomas S. Wootton HS has been lifted as of 10:48 am. 911 emergency services have completed their assessment and deemed this a non-credible threat. Classes and other activities have resumed as planned inside our building.

Per Montgomery County Police: “Wootton High School is in a shelter-in-place and Albert Einstein High School has been evacuated following bomb threats at each school. Updates will be provided as they become available.”

11:33am update: Einstein High School has been cleared. Staff and students are returning back to campus. The threat was determined to be not credible.

10:50am update: The Shelter-in-Place at Thomas S. Wootton HS has been lifted as of 10:48 am. 911 emergency services have completed their assessment and deemed this a non-credible threat. Classes and other activities have resumed as planned inside our building.

Einstein High School is still under evacuation. Officers continue to investigate the validity of the threat.

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