Education

Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton closed due to threat

File: A sign at San Pascual Avenue Elementary School in Highland Park on Tuesday. As LAUSD reopened its schools after a district-wide closure on Tuesday, a threat prompted Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton to cancel its classes.
File: A sign at San Pascual Avenue Elementary School in Highland Park on Tuesday. As LAUSD reopened its schools after a district-wide closure on Tuesday, a threat prompted Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton to cancel its classes.
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As the Los Angeles Unified School District reopened its schools after a district-wide closure on Tuesday, another threat prompted Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton to cancel its classes.

The Fullerton Joint Union High School District decided to close the high school Wednesday morning after staff found a note on a door on campus. According to the Fullerton Police Department, it detailed a threat about a specific student.

Lt. Robert Bastreri told KPCC that it was not a bomb threat, so no sweeping was done. He said that there were currently no students on campus, but some staff members remained.

Authorities are investigating the incident.