LEANDER, Texas (KXAN) — A high school in the Leander Independent School District resumed normal operations Tuesday after what police called a “possible bomb threat” forced a shelter-in-place order.

Leander police sent several tweets about the situation at Rouse High School, located at 1222 Raider Way in Leander. LPD first said the school was being evacuated, and then the department corrected its tweet to say it was a shelter-in-place order.

  • Leander police said it didn't find anything suspicious after searching Rouse High School on Tuesday. LPD was investigating a "possible bomb threat" and people were forced to shelter-in-place. (KXAN photo/Todd Bynum)
  • Leander police said it didn't find anything suspicious after searching Rouse High School on Tuesday. LPD was investigating a "possible bomb threat" and people were forced to shelter-in-place. (KXAN photo/Todd Bynum)
  • Leander police said it didn't find anything suspicious after searching Rouse High School on Tuesday. LPD was investigating a "possible bomb threat" and people were forced to shelter-in-place. (KXAN photo/Todd Bynum)

“A search of the school was conducted by LPD and no suspicious items were located,” Leander police said in a tweet at 10:40 a.m. LPD said it was clearing the scene.

Cars were lined up outside the school as parents went to the school to pick up their kids.