Staff and students are being evacuated from John F. Kennedy High School in Sacramento after some students reportedly received a threatening text message.
An automated message was sent to parents from the school district announcing the threat. They don’t know if it’s credible but are clearing the school as a precaution.
According to the Kennedy High School Twitter account, Principal David Van Natten told parents that "many of your students have received a random text threat this morning directly to their phones."
Police officers are on scene. The campus has more than 2,000 students enrolled, but it is unclear how many were on campus Friday. All had been evacuated as of 11:15 a.m.