Students stay home after threat of school shooting in California

May 3, 2007
Close to half of those who attend Rancho Bernardo High School stay home.

Attendance was considerably lower Wednesday at Rancho Bernardo High School after someone scrawled graffiti warning of a shooting. About 1,300 students were absent out of an enrollment of 2,845. Police and school officials say the threat found on a restroom wall that appeared Tuesday was not considered credible, but additional security was on hand

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