JTA: some schools affected by bomb scare given all clear
The Jamaica Teachers Association (JTA) said some schools which were affected by bomb threats, have been given the all clear, to resume normal operations, next Monday.
Today is the second day in which some schools islandwide got bomb threats.
JTA President Leighton Johnson is urging all education stakeholders to not take any threat lightly and to remain on alert.
He said some schools, which were affected today, are waiting on the security forces to complete their checks.