Bomb threat made at San Dieguito Academy

A bogus bomb threat forced a several-hour evacuation and law enforcement search at a North County secondary school Wednesday.

Several staff members at San Dieguito High in Encinitas received the menacing message by e-mail from an unknown sender about 7 a.m, sheriff’s Sgt. Jack Reynolds said.

Administrators cleared all students out of their classrooms at the Santa Fe Drive campus and kept them on the school’s football field while authorities searched each building and all district vehicles parked on the grounds. Nothing hazardous or suspicious was found, according to Reynolds.

Students and their teachers were able to return to their classes shortly after 9 a.m.

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