All Tomball ISD schools have been placed in “safe mode” after a bomb threat was reported at Tomball High School on Thursday, authorities said. Tomball High School and Tomball Junior High have been placed on lockdown.
The threat was called to the 911 dispatch center, Tomball police said. Schools have been placed in “secure mode” as a precaution.
“Tomball PD received an anonymous bomb threat outside Tomball High School,” the school district said in a statement to parents. “As a precaution, all Tomball ISD campuses are currently in ‘Secure’ mode. All students and staff are safe and have been brought inside, the doors have been locked and classes continue to run. Tomball PD is currently investigating the threat. We will provide more information as it becomes available.
“Police officers are monitoring all local schools in the Creekside area as a precaution for the safety of our children. Schools are currently closed, ”Harris County Constable Precinct 4 said in a social media post.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
NOW – Agents are assisting Tomball ISD with a bomb threat reported at Tomball High School.
Assistant Officers monitor all local schools in the Creekside area as a precautionary measure for the safety of our children. Schools are currently closed. pic.twitter.com/qNH7VvXYon
– Mark Herman, Harris County Police Station 4 (@ Pct4Constable) September 30, 2021
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