HARTLAND -- Officials have confirmed to TODAY'S TMJ4 that law enforcement has evacuated the south campus of Hartland Arrowhead High School after a bomb threat.
In a news release later Tuesday afternoon, the Waukesha County Sheriff said the threat was confirmed by the school's administration.
Police told parents in a letter that a threat was found in a bathroom stall in the south campus, and they had transferred students from the south campus to the north location.
This was part of a letter sent to a parent of students at Hartland's elementary school campus.
Just got this from my kids’ grade school:
Dear Swallow Parents,
We were just informed by the Hartland Police Department that there has been a bomb threat at Arrowhead’s South campus. Police and school officials are evacuating all persons from South campus to North campus. pic.twitter.com/XfT5s1wVKK
— Khary Penebaker (@kharyp) February 27, 2018
Law enforcement searched the building and found no bomb or any other suspicious items.
At about 2 p.m. the building was cleared and students were allowed to retrieve their belongings.
Classes will resume Wednesday. The sheriff's office is still investigating the matter, and anyone with information is asked to call 262-548-7122.