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High School Evacuated After 2 Bomb Threats

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Kids wait outside with an officer while law enforcement searches Center High School.
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Students at a Sacramento County high school were evacuated and spent Thursday morning in the rain after two bomb threats were reported in less than 24 hours.

Wednesday afternoon, students and parents at Center High School were contacted by the district about a written threat that was found in a bathroom. At the time, they said officers were notified and while there would be an increased law enforcement presence, classes would be normal the next day.

However, a parent contacted FOX40 Thursday to say another email had gone out from the Center Joint Unified School District about a bomb threat called into the school that morning.

Officers then evacuated students to an outside stadium. The district said students could be picked up early if parents wanted to.

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