Dec 15, 2015 11:19 AM
CONCORD - On a day that Los Angeles' largest school district sent all its students home after a "credible threat" was discovered, Concord High resumed classes as usual despite discovering a threat of their own scrawled on a wall in a boys bathroom.
In a statement, Principal Gene Connolly said school administrators investigated writing on the bathroom wall on Monday that suggested a possible bomb threat that would occur Tuesday.
"The message is vague but includes working that infers the possibility of a bomb threat," said Connolly.
Principal Connolly also said he and other school officials do not believe the threat is credible.
In L.A., all students already at school were sent home Tuesday morning due to a possible threat, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said.
The district runs more than 900 schools.
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