Bomb or shooting threats led to partial evacuations or lockdowns for at least 11 New Jersey schools on Tuesday, NBC New York reported.
The schools received threats from someone who claimed to have placed a bomb. Schools in Teaneck, Garfield, Tenafly, Clifton, Fair Lawn, Leonia, Bergenfield, Englewood, Hackensack, Sayreville and New Milford received warnings, according to NBC New York.
By about 11 a.m. ET, officials said the Tenafly, Leonia, Bergenfield and Teaneck facilities posed no threat, NBC New York reported, citing a source. The other schools were expected to be cleared later in the day.