Huntsville Junior High School was evacuated Wednesday morning after a threat was made against the school.
Huntsville City Schools spokesman Keith Ward said around 11 a.m. the district evacuated the school because of a bomb threat. Ward said he did not know how the message was received, but it was being treated as a credible threat.
Huntsville police said the threat was made by phone by what sounded like a juvenile.
Students were back in the building by 11:30 a.m.
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