TULSA, Okla. — Nathan Hale High School evacuated Wednesday, according to school officials.
The evacuation took place before 3 p.m.
Officials said all students are safe.
They said the evacuation is the result of a potential threat made at the school, but they did not specify what kind of threat led to the evacuation.
Officials issued an all clear, and students returned to class about 45 minutes after the evacuation began.
A Tulsa Public Schools spokesperson released a statement concerning the evacuation:
"We received a report of a potential threat inside of the school at Hale High School. School staff immediately notified Campus Police and evacuated the building. After a thorough search by Campus Police and Tulsa Police, students and teachers were able to safely return to the building and finish out the school day."
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