Two Jericho schools are on lockdown for a second day after receiving two more threats at the high school and middle school.
Nassau County police have been investigating since a bomb threat at the schools was first texted and emailed to several students over the weekend.
“I can’t begin to express our frustration with this ongoing saga,” Henry Grishman, superintendent of the Jericho Union Free School District, said in a letter to parents.
The new threats against the school come as voters head to the polls to vote on school budgets across Long Island for Super Tuesday.
A Syosset Catholic school and Long Island MacArthur Airport were also targets of threats issued Monday.