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Monday, February 2, 2015

Elementary School Evacuated After Bomb Threat (Update)

Posted By on Mon, Feb 2, 2015 at 10:06 AM

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Update 11 a.m.: All is clear at the school. Students have returned to class.

Original Story: An elementary school in Ingleside Heights was evacuated this morning after a bomb threat, the second one the school has had since October, according to authorities.

The threat came in at about 7:35 a.m. at  Jose Ortega Elementary, shortly before the school bell rang. Here is how the school explains it: 

At approximately 7:35 this morning, shortly before school began, school staff at Jose Ortega Elementary found a bomb threat note. Many families of students received notification soon enough to keep their child at home, and students who were already at school were evacuated safely to a nearby facility.

The San Francisco Police Department is working closely with school officials to investigate the situation. Families will be notified once the school is declared safe. At this time the school plans to remain open and resume classes once given clearance from SFPD. 




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