COLEMAN, Wis. - Coleman School District buildings were evacuated Monday after a threatening voicemail, according to school district officials.
Students were sent to local churches while authorities investigated, but district leaders then decided to send students home. All classes and extracurricular activities were canceled.
All students were safe and accounted for. Buses picked up students from the churches at 11:30 a.m.
After an investigation, officers determined there was no threat to students. School will resume Tuesday, October 17.
High school students can pick up their cars anytime Monday evening.
Coleman School District consists of two buildings that are connected, officials said. Both were evacuated.