2 Southlake schools closed due to STAAR test shooting threat

Classes at two high schools in Southlake were canceled because of a shooting threat.

The Carroll Independent School District notified families early Wednesday morning about a threat that was discovered overnight.

It impacts Carroll High School and Carroll Senior High School.

Both campuses will be closed on Wednesday while police investigate.

Southlake DPS said a message was written on a bathroom stall door by someone referring to the STAAR test and a potential school shooting. However, no specific target was identified.


Roosevelt High School closed Friday due to 'credible threat' after 2 students shot in drive-by

The late-night announcement came hours after two students were hurt in a drive-by shooting while leaving football practice.

The department said the investigation is ongoing, and it will provide additional information when it is available.

All other Carroll ISD schools are open for normal classes on Wednesday.