POWAY (CNS) - A bomb threat forced a lockdown at Poway High School Wednesday.
The security measure went into effect at the Espola Road campus about 10 a.m., according to Poway Unified School District officials.
Students were secured in their classrooms and continuing with their studies as deputies swept the grounds and rooms with service dogs, PUSD spokeswoman Jessica Wakefield said. As of midday, there were no reports of any hazardous items or materials being found.
It was not immediately clear how the threat was issued or who was responsible.
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