FRIENDSWOOD, Texas – Students and staff have been allowed to return indoors after law enforcement officials gave an “all clear” at Clear Brook High School Tuesday afternoon.
According to district police, the school received a call for a bomb threat just before 10 a.m. Students and staff were immediately evacuated and a bomb squad with the Friendswood Police Department was sent to check the campus.
Clear Creek ISD sent the following updates:
As of 10:25 a.m.
At Clear Brook High School, we work continuously to ensure our campus is safe which is why we take any threat seriously.
The campus has been evacuated due to a tip received of a potential bomb on campus. All students and staff are safe and outside the school while officers investigate.
At this time, we ask that parents not attempt to pick up their student at the school.
We will continue to provide updates.
As of 10:46 a.m.
In follow up to the student evacuation at Clear Brook High School, law enforcement personnel are at the school and bomb dogs are conducting a comprehensive search of the campus.
Students and staff are outside and at a safe distance away from the campus.
Updates will continue to follow.
As of 11:08 a.m.
To keep you informed, the investigation into the bomb threat at Clear Brook High School is continuing with bomb dogs searching the property.
We continue to request that parents not attempt to pick up your student while the investigation continues.
Students have access to restrooms and water.
Updates to continue.
As of 11:55 p.m.
We appreciate your patience through the current Clear Brook High School evacuation. The investigation is continuing and takes time, but we anticipate an update very soon.
Thank you again for your patience and cooperation.
As of 12:16 p.m.
The investigation is ongoing at Clear Brook High School, however, law enforcement has given the All Clear for the school gymnasiums so students and staff can come indoors.
Please stand by for additional information.