Classes at Central ISD in Pollok were cancelled for October 31st.  Here is the reason why according to a press release from the Lufkin Crimestoppers:

Peace Officers for Central ISD, Angelina County Sheriff's Office, and Texas Department of Public Safety are investigating a bomb threat that caused the cancellation of classes on Central ISD campuses.  Explosive devices were not found but the threat is a state jail felony crime.

The bomb threat call was received by the dispatch center at Angelina County Sheriff's Office at 4:11 AM October 31.  The recording is short, less than 12 seconds, and the male-sounding voice said; "yeah there might be a bomb at Central School tomorrow y'all want to check that out I wouldn't go on that a pumpkin patch ride thing".

The dispatcher attempted to collect additional information but the caller said nothing more. If you know who made the threat, submit a Crime Stoppers tip.  No one will know your name or that you submitted the tip, and a tip that correctly identifies the offender might be eligible for a reward.  Crime Stoppers does not put a limit on the reward amount for crime-solving information; reward amounts are based on several factors, such as the investigatory value of the information provided.

To submit a tip, visit 639TIPS.com, use Crime Stoppers mobile app (639TIPS.com/app), or call Crime Stoppers at (936) 639-TIPS.  Tips and calls directly to Crime Stoppers are anonymous and an anonymous tip that leads to an arrest might be eligible for a reward.  Crime Stoppers uses fees paid by criminals to pay rewards in cash but only for anonymous tips submitted directly to Crime Stoppers and that concern information not previously provided to or known by law enforcement. You might see other requests for assistance with this case but only tips and calls DIRECTLY to Crime Stoppers are anonymous and only anonymous, crime-solving tips that provide information not previously provided to or known by law enforcement are eligible for a reward.