School will be back in session Thursday at Central Valley High School after a bomb threat scrawled onto a bathroom wall forced the evacuation of the campus and cancellation of classes Wednesday.
The threat was founded written on the wall in the girls bathroom around 9:30 a.m. Wednesday. Law enforcement followed standard protocol and searched the entire school but didn't find anything inside.
The first day of spring brought a lot more than rain to Central Valley.
"Everyone is saying there is a bomb threat and I started freaking out and looking for my friends, making sure they were all safe<" student Caroline Gile said.
"It was very chaotic, it was rainy, it was cold, we didn't know what we were doing," student Ashly Krashowetz said.
The threat forced 1,900 students to evacuate. Bomb-sniffing dogs from Fairchild Air Force Base were brought in while Spokane County Sheriff's deputies searched the school for anything suspicious.
"Everyone was just scared," Gile said.
Krashowetz, a senior at CV, was one of the students who found the threat written in red sharpie in the bathroom.