Honeoye Falls-Lima High School is no longer on lockdown Tuesday after a bomb threat.
The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office said a K-9 search of the building did not find any bomb. As of noon, normal school operations have resumed.
School officials said they were made aware at approximately 9:43 a.m. of a bomb threat written on a bathroom wall in the high school. The high school was immediately put into lockdown and 911 was called. At 10:06 a.m., school officials said the building response was switched to a hold-in-place so students could continue work in their classroom, but no one was allowed in the hallways.