Phone Threats Put San Diego Schools on Lockdown

Update: Phone Threats Put San Diego Schools on Lockdown

Updated at 2 p.m.


Lockdowns at all San Diego high schools have been lifted.

The students went back to regular schedules and dismissal time was to take place as usual.

Updated at 12;50 p.m.

Lockdowns were lifted at several San Diego schools that were targeted by threatening phone calls Thursday.

The high schools where the lockdowns have been lifted are:

Henry; Morse; San Diego; Scripps Ranch; Crawford; Mira Mesa and Clairemont .

According to the San Diego Unified School District, student students will be released at regular times. After school activities will continue as usual. Police officers will remain on campus as a precaution.

SAN DIEGO – Five San Diego schools have been placed on lockdown after receiving phone threats.
San Diego High, Mira Mesa High, Scripps Ranch High, Morse High, Crawford High and Patrick Henry High were all placed on lockdown before 10 a.m.

The threats were all received at around the same time, San Diego Unified School District confirmed. Some threats stated there would be a a shooter on campus, while others were bomb threats.

San Diego Unified police were being sent to each school to investigate.

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