IRVING, Texas - MacArthur High School in Irving was evacuated Wednesday morning because of a bomb threat.
Officials said someone called the school at about 9:45 a.m. and said there was a bomb on campus that would explode in 30 minutes.
Students were taken a safe distance away while police search each building. But officers found nothing suspicious and gave the "all clear" around 10:45 a.m.
Police are now treating the call as a hoax and will continue to investigate.
Some parents chose to pick up their children after getting a text alert about the evacuation.
One mother told FOX 4 she didn't feel comfortable leaving her child there because she wasn't getting enough information from the district.