TREDYFFRIN TOWNSHIP, Pa. (WPVI) -- Conestoga High School administrators say they've handled a potential threat to the school that they just became aware of Monday.
The principal says a student wrote down generalized threats about bringing weapons to school, along with a list of classmates' names.
The suspect has been expelled for the rest of the school year.
Out of precaution, a sheriff's canine swept the building Monday night and found nothing.
Tredyffrin police will be on hand at the high school Tuesday, but say there is no active threat.
Conestoga High School student expelled for issuing alleged threats
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