FULLERTON (CBSLA.com) — Students will return to a Fullerton high school Friday following a daylong closure that was prompted by the discovery of a threatening note on campus.
On Wednesday, classes were cancelled at Sunny Hills High School after someone left the threatening note on campus.
“Sunny Hills High School experienced a perceived student threat on the safety to the students and staff,” according to a statement posted on the Fullerton Joint Union High School District website. “Out of an abundance of caution, the principal and superintendent made the decision to close Sunny Hills High School for the day.”
Authorities were sent to the school on Thursday to conduct a sweep of the campus.
A preliminary investigation revealed no evidence found the threat to be credible.
The closure came a day after more than 900 LAUSD campuses were closed in response to what turned out to be a bomb threat hoax.
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