• Arcadia High Cleared After Bomb Threat Wednesday


    by Winston Chua

    ARCADIA - The Arcadia Police Department investigated an unspecified bomb threat on the campus of the Arcadia High School. The lockdown has been completed and students were recently dismissed. Campus Drive, which had been closed, will be reopened to traffic and students were allowed to leave campus as they are dismissed.

    The Arcadia Unified School District placed the campus on lockdown and students were ordered to remain sheltered in place at the direction of AUSD while the campus was searched. Further information will follow when it becomes available.

    If you have any questions, please contact AUSD at (626) 821-6617.

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