Following a reported threat, Aliso Niguel High School was evacuated on Monday morning, according to the authorities.
According to Sgt. Mike Woodroof of the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, the campus was emptied and closed to students and staff out of an abundance of caution while law police searched the institution.
A school district representative said the call came into the school around 8 a.m. On Mondays, classes begin at 10 a.m.
According to Woodroof, there have been no reports of injuries, and students and employees will be allowed to return as soon as the campus is considered secure.
The Sheriff’s Department announced the inquiry on social media with the following statement: “Campus has been evacuated & is closed to students & staff. Do not come to campus at this time.”
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According to Capistrano Unified School District spokeswoman Ryan Burris, the anonymous call was placed before the start of classes.
“The campus was cleared, students are safe, and the Orange County Sheriff’s Department is investigating,” Burris said.
Call (949) 831-5590 to contact the Capistrano Unified School District’s hotline.
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