Two Molotov cocktails were hurled at Summit Elementary school Saturday night leading two witnesses to call Kamloops Fire Rescue at 9 p.m.
The witnesses reported seeing two small fires on the school grounds, and when crews arrived, flames weren't visible, said assistant fire chief Dennis Fayers.
"When crews got there they found the remains of what appeared to be Molotov cocktails or incendiary devices," said Fayers.
It appears as though the school structures were not in jeopardy since the incident was labelled a "landscape" fire.
It's not unheard of that schools will be the target of attempts of destructive vandalism and arson, said Fayers.
"It's not regularly but it has happened before no doubt," he said. "Especially around school grounds, it seems to be a popular thing to do, unfortunately."
Fire Rescue investigators will be looking into the incident on Monday along with the RCMP, said Fayers. Calls to the RCMP were not returned.