SPALDING COUNTY, Ga. (FOX 5 Atlanta) - A threat over social media has led officials to evacuate two schools in Spalding County.
According to the Griffin-Spalding County school system, administrators evacuated Spalding High School and Rehoboth Middle School Tuesday after a threat was made toward both schools on social media.
After searches that included explosive-detecting dogs, both campuses were cleared and students were allowed to return back to their schools.
The Griffin-Spalding County School System takes all threats of this nature very seriously. We want to thank the Spalding County Sheriff's Department for their swift response," a spokesperson for the school system told FOX 5 in a statement.
School officials say all students and staff members were safe during the investigation.
Investigators have not yet provided the details of the threat or whether anyone will be charged.