Seaford Middle School students were evacuated from classrooms Wednesday morning as a precaution after a written threat was discovered in a bathroom, according to police officials. .
A spokeswoman for the Nassau County Police Department Public Information Office said the threatening note was found by an administrator at 9:35 a.m. School officials then notified police, who responded to investigate the building.
Police said at 12:18 p.m., police determined the building to be safe and students returned back inside for classes. The nature of the written threat was not provided by police.
Wednesday was the third time in the last 27 months that a Seaford School District building was investigated by police following written threats. On Sept. 21, 2011 and Oct. 19, 2010, Seaford High School was evacuated when bomb threats were discovered written on bathroom walls.