PULASKI, Wis. (WFRV) – Students and staff at the Pulaski High School have been given the all-clear from law enforcement to reenter the high school amid the second bomb threat in a week.
According to a release from the Pulaski Community School District, law enforcement, at 11:22 a.m., gave students and staff the all-clear to reenter the high school after making a sweep of prominent areas and the exterior of the building.
Students and staff have since been allowed to be released from the Pulaski Community Middle School and return to classes at the high school.
School administrators are highly encouraging parents to keep their children in school as based on their work with law enforcement, the school is considered safe and secure.
Officials say students will not be dismissed from the high school until after following the typical attendance protocols and a further message will be coming later from the district detailing plans of action if similar threats to the school continue to be made.
Tuesday, September 26, 10:00 a.m.
PULASKI, Wis. (WFRV) – The Pulaski School District has announced that the High School has been evacuated after receiving its second bomb threat in the last week.
According to a release, while the bomb threat from Friday continues to be investigated, another bomb threat was made this morning in an email sent out to local media outlets including Local Five.
Officials say they checked the school cameras and the building was secure overnight. They also say that the perimeter and roof of the school were checked as well.
After meeting with law enforcement, school administrators say the building was to be evacuated as a precautionary, but not necessary, action.
Students are reported to have been evacuated to the Pulaski Community Middle School Gym and a K9 explosive unit is on its way to check the high school.
At this time, the Pulaski School District, as a way to keep students safe and accounted for, is asking parents to not come to the middle school to pick up their students and that it will send out a notification when the all-clear is given.