Students were evacuated from the Hall-Dale Middle and High School buildings in Farmingdale Wednesday morning following a report of a threat written on a bathroom wall, police said.

Regional School Unit 2 officials had students moved to the elementary school as a precaution while the buildings were searched. Police received the report shortly after 10 a.m.

The evacuation came amid heightened concerns over school safety nationwide in the wake of the deadly shooting at a school in Parkland, Florida.

“At this point, nothing has been found and we expect school will reopen,” said Lt. Chris Read of the Kennebec County Sheriff’s Office. “We’ve found nothing out of the ordinary and no cause for concern.”

A Maine State Police K9 team was also on scene assisting in the search of the building, Read said.