10 SCHOOLS LOCKED DOWN AFTER THREATS

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Update:  La Jolla High and Pt. Loma High schools have been added to the list.

East County Magazine

September 17, 2015 (San Diego) – Threats of shootings or bombings have led to lock-downs at nine local high school campuses. Eight are in the San Diego Unified School District including Patrick Henry High School in the San Carlos neighborhood in East County. The ninth is in the Sweetwater Union High School District.

The San Diego Union-Tribune reports that no shooters or explosives have been found and no injuries have been reported; schools are locked down as a precaution while the threats are under investigation.

The schools that received threats this morning are Scripps Ranch, Patrick Henry, San Diego, Crawford, Kearny, Morse, Mira Mesa and Clairemont high schools in the San Diego Uniified District as well as San Ysidro high in the Sweetwater district.

Searches of campuses that received the threats are underway.  Additional security has been reportedly added at all campuses in the San Diego Unified District including those that were not threatened. Parents have been asked not to come to the campus until the lockdown orders are lifted.