Several school across the country, including Colorado, received bomb threats on Thursday (February 18, 2016). Beattie Elementary School in Fort Collins, and Broomfield High School in Denver both received threats between 10:15 a.m. and 10:36 a.m., along with schools from across the country, according to the Coloradoan.

Fort Collins police and PSD officials acted quickly gathering information, and performing a school walk-through, to determine the threat was non-credible. Beattie Elementary school was not evacuated, and everything continued as usual, as the all-clear was given at 11:33 a.m.

As for Broomfield Hight School, students were evacuated, and classes resumed after noon, when the all-clear was given after the it was determined the threat was non-credible.

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