AFTERNOON UPDATE: The third bomb threat E-mailed to Cuyahoga Falls High School in the past month has also turned out to be not a real threat.
Cuyahoga Falls Superintendent Dr. Todd Nichols gave the "all clear" in a phone message to parents at 12:30 this afternoon, according to the Falls News-Press.
Nothing was found at the high school.
Falls High students were sent home this morning, and those who didn't have a ride were sent across the street to the Natatorium to be picked up.
(Earlier ANN coverage) Another threat received targeting Cuyahoga Falls High School -- this one just after seven this morning. AkronNewsNow confirmed it with Dr. Todd Nichols, who says they're in the process of getting the word out but it's late and some students arriving at the school are finding police there, with closed doors, directing them to the Natatorium for the time being.
Students getting the day off as the high school will be closed; parents can pick up their children at the Natatorium but will need a photo ID.
It's the third time this school year the school's been targeted by telephone or email threats; in all cases the District closed the building so police could conduct safety searches.