A lockdown of Sacramento's John F. Kennedy High School campus has been lifted following a police investigation of a reported threat at the school Monday morning.
The school in a Twitter post shortly before noon reported that normal school activity had resumed.
The school announced the lockdown in a Twitter post about 10:45 a.m., saying the measure had been taken as a precaution due to police activity in the area...
The Police Department in a Twitter post about 11:20 a.m. reported that officers were on scene conducting an investigation into a threat at the school. No information was available on the nature of the threat.
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Shortly after the initial Twitter post, the school reported that the "hard" lockdown had been converted to a "soft" lockdown, meaning instruction would resume while students remained in classrooms with doors locked.
Alex Barrios, Sacramento Unified School District spokesman, said all students were safe..