VALDOSTA, Ga. (WTXL) — W.G. Nunn Elementary has been given the all clear from local emergency responders and Moody Air Force Base following a bomb threat made on Wednesday morning.
Valdosta City Schools say nothing was found as a threat on campus.
Parents who want to check out their children should report to the main office of the school and follow normal check-out procedures.
Officials say everyone is safe, headed back to class or lunch and ready to finish out the school day.
Students at W.G. Nunn Elementary School have been evacuated after the school received a bomb threat.
According to Valdosta City Schools, W.G. Nunn Elementary School received a bomb threat around 7:45 a.m. Wednesday morning.
Officials say first responders have completed their initial sweep of the building. Moody Air Force Base is currently on-site to do a final sweep of the entire facility.
All students have been evacuated until the completion of the sweep and are accounted for.
School officials have established a check-out procedure for parents who wish to take their students home. Parents should report to the car-rider drop off area to check out their students.
Officials will share a final update with ABC 27 on the situation as soon as the all-clear has been given. Valdosta City Schools says they take all threats very seriously and will make sure each threat is thoroughly investigated.
This is a developing story. Stay with us for details.