MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) -- The school superintendent in Manchester, N.H., says if repeated bomb threats don't stop at a middle school, students might have to go to class on a Saturday to make up the lost time.
Thomas Brennan says students at Parkside Middle School are losing too much time and he's had enough.
Brennan says he'd need school board approval to have class on a Saturday, but he'll ask if he has to.
He's also asking students to come forward if they know anything about the threats.
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