This morning and for the rest of the school year, there will be an increased police presence at California High School.
That’s because yet another school shooting threat was found with racist remarks.
The principal notified parents, calling it an additional copycat graffiti yesterday.
Someone wrote “School shooting May 27 but that is Memorial Day so no one will be at school anyways.”
San Ramon police are still taking any and all threats seriously.
We were here covering another threat just last week.
That last one was written in the boys bathroom and threatened to shoot up the school on May 9.
It also included a racial slur.
Since then, police have been working with the FBI to investigate, but they have found no evidence showing the threat was credible.
If they find who is making these threats, the person could face serious consequences and possibly even criminal charges.
Not only will there be even more of a police presence, but the school will be adding more security cameras around campus.
Police will also be doing safety training this summer at Cal High to prepare for any such event.
School officials will be working with the Sandy Hook Promise Organization to create an overall safer school climate.
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