SENATOBIA, MS (WMC) - A handful of school districts across the Magnolia State received bomb threats Tuesday. Students at Senatobia Municipal School District even went home early.
Senatobia Police Department said the high school was evacuated because of a bomb threat.
Dismissal times below:
- Bus riders will begin dismissal at 1:30 p.m.
- Car Riders will begin dismissal at 1:45 p.m.
- Parents can pick up at the following locations:
- 7th-8th grades at NWCC auditorium
- 9th-12th grades at Senatobia Police Department.
- All other campuses can be picked up at their normal locations.
Investigators have not said if the bomb threat is credible. At this time, there are no reports that any explosive device has been found at the school.
Senatobia Municipal School District was not the only school in Mississippi that received a bomb threat today. Hattiesburg Public Schools, Bassfield High School in Jefferson Davis County, Jim Hill High School in Hinds County, and Tishomingo County Schools all received bomb threats Tuesday.