Extra police patrol Fairfield Warde High School following threat

Classes went on as planned at Fairfield Warde

Classes went on as planned at Fairfield Warde High School on Friday despite a threatening note that was found on campus. (Credit: News 12)

FAIRFIELD - Classes went on as planned at Fairfield Warde High School on Friday despite a threatening note that was found on campus.    

Officers say someone found the phrase "Going to bomb school" scribbled on a desk on Thursday.

They say extra police patrolled the school today as a precaution. Although the threat does not appear to have been serious, they are working to find out who wrote it.

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