None - It's back to class today for the 350 students at the Cleveland Middle school after being evacuated on Tuesday. The school received a suspicious call from an adult that the school was in trouble. Bob Roberts, Emergency Management Coordinator for Tulsa Public Schools says everything was done by the book. He says under supervision, students walked to a nearby daycare.
Roberts said they take every threat seriously and the school was immediatly evacuated. The school was checked by the Tulsa Police Department, the TPD bomb squad, along with Tulsa Public School police. Nothing suspicious was found.
He said one thing parents can do is not to show up to a school if they hear there is a problem at their child's school. He says often times, this may complicate any plans by emergency workers to evaluate a situation and get it under control.
Assistant Superintendent Elizabeth Martin said she is not sure why the school was targeted