LOVELAND, Colo. — Classes at Loveland High School were canceled for the rest of Wednesday after an unfounded threat caused a "disruption in the schedule," the school said.
In a note to families, the Thompson School District school said a Safe2Tell tip was filed Wednesday morning that "suggested that there was a safety threat at the LHS campus." The Loveland Police Department said they responded to the report just after 8 a.m.
Loveland Police investigated the tip and determined there was no credible threat. They said all students, staff and visitors were safe.
However, the school said, "Due to the disruption in the schedule as a result of the incident, classes at Loveland High School have been cancelled for the remainder of the day and students have been released."
The district said approximately 10 to 13 employees left campus after the threat was reported but before school was called off.
Loveland Police said just after 11 a.m,, they got a second tip about an unspecified threat to Lucile Erwin Middle School. They said "neither report has developed into an actual incident."
Police said they had additional uniformed resources at both schools, as well as other schools in the area, throughout Wednesday.
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