LISBON, Ohio - McKinley Elementary School in Lisbon was evacuated Friday around 1:10 p.m. in response to a bomb threat.
The threat was written on the bathroom stall in the girls restroom of the school.
Parents were notified by the principal once the bomb threat was discovered.
Students were evacuated from the building and transported to David Anderson High School. Parents were able to pick students up from the high school.
No injuries were reported.
At this time, no suspect was named in connection with the threat.
Lisbon police and fire did a sweep of the building and nothing unsafe was discovered.
Officials said school will resume as normal on Monday, April 28.