Update 12:59 p.m.:
The Snohomish School District just said that students and staff at Glacier Peak High School have been called back to their classrooms after a bomb scare prompted the evacuation of the school.
“The situation at Glacier Peak High School has been cleared by authorities, and it has been deemed safe for students and staff to return to their classrooms. We appreciate your understanding in this serious matter. Thank you,” the email from the school district read.
A bomb threat found written on a wall Tuesday prompted the evacuation of Glacier Peak High School near Snohomish.
The evacuation went into effect at 12:10 p.m., according to the Snohomish School District.
“The school’s emergency plan is being followed, and students and staff have been evacuated from the building,” according to a district news release.
The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office is at the school investigating.
Parents are being advised to not come to the school.