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Cupertino High School Evacuated Its College Students After Receiving Harm Threat

News by Joey Jordan Published on 28 Mar,2018 Updated on 28 Mar,2018

After Receiving Harm Threat In A Robo Call, Cupertino High School Evacuated Its College Its Student And Canceled Its Programmes For A Day

  • Cupertino High School evacuated students after receiving harm threat in a robot call on Tuesday.
  • The Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office declined any threat after a brief investigation.
  • Polly Bove, the superintendent said that the evening classes, after-school activities, and parent meeting had been canceled for the remainder of the day.

Cupertino High School evacuated its campus students after it received harm threat in a robotic call. The campus manager confirmed that the campus at 10100 Finch Ave. was evacuated shortly after 1:30 on Tuesday.

CAPTION: Cupertino High School evacuated its campus SOURCE: ABC7 News

The Santa Clara County Sheriff's Office announced on Twitter that it received a robocall threatening harm.

After a brief investigation, the sheriff's office declared ''all clear'' for the campus and found no danger to the students and the surrounding community. The sheriff's office took to Twitter to announce no risk in the area.

As per the school's website, the students were asked to check in with their guardians to ensure they were safe.

The Fremont Union High  District Superintendent, Polly Bove said in a statement that the evening classes, after-school activities, and parent meeting had been canceled for the remainder of the day.

CAPTION: Cupertino High School received harm threat on robot call SOURCE: NBC Bay Area

Bove informed that all the classes and other activities will resume on Wednesday.

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