Pompano Beach Middle School evacuated after bomb threat
Pompano Beach, Florida – A bomb threat has caused the evacuation of Pompano Beach Middle School on Tuesday morning.
The Broward Sheriff’s Office immediately responded to the emergency call and promptly evacuated students to Kester Park. Subsequently, they were relocated to a neighboring school for safety reasons.
While the situation was being handled with utmost care, parents and guardians were immediately notified of the incident through a message from the school principal.
Broward County Public Schools have assured the public that all students and staff members are safe, and the Broward Sheriff’s Office is thoroughly investigating the matter.
The Bomb Squad and Threat Management Unit are on campus to assess the situation and ensure everyone’s safety. The roads surrounding the school have been closed as a precautionary measure.
Although the identity of the perpetrator is unknown, the authorities are taking every step necessary to bring them to justice. Meanwhile, the school district assures parents that they will be kept informed of the latest developments in this ongoing investigation.
With the safety of students and faculty as the top priority, this incident serves as a reminder of the importance of staying vigilant and maintaining a safe environment for everyone.