California High School will still be open regardless of violent graffiti found three times in just one week — each one making threats against students today, May 9.
San Ramon police and the school district say they are taking these threats seriously, and have increased police presence on campus.
The FBI is also assisting in the investigation.
The latest threat was found written on a wall in the boys’ restroom on school grounds.
It reads “the library will be shot up first, then courtyard, then myself, get ready.”
The principal sent out a notice to parents about the threat, and understand if they want to keep their kids at home.
Police have not yet discovered who is responsible for each threat.
No arrests have been made, but the school district is working with students to get tips on who could have done this.
If you are keeping your child at home, the principal has talked with teachers to ensure students won’t be impacted by their absence.
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