HAYSVILLE, Kan. (KSNW) — Campus High School was evacuated after administrators received word of a written bomb threat to the school. It happened on Friday morning.

Students were evacuated to the football practice field and transported to the Bethel Life Center at 3777 S. Meridian, where many parents arrived to pick up their students.

“They had a pretty good process system going. You had to fill out a piece of paper telling them that you were a guardian or a mother or father or something that was on the list,” said Chris Kamphaus, Campus High School parent. “There was a little confusion. It was to be expected.”

“She called me while I was on my lunch break, and when I got here, it was just pure chaos, complete chaos. I know the workers in there are doing the best they can,” said Junior Quineos, Campus High School parent.

Law enforcement searched the building and deemed it safe for students and staff. Authorities reported they found no explosive devices.

Police Chief Jeff Whitfield said the school followed protocols to keep students safe. He said that anyone with specific information about the case should call the Haysville Police Department at 316-529-5912.