Corona PD Investigating A Second Bomb Threat At Centennial High School In One Week (Update 2)

Developing News – Per police scanner audio, Corona PD is working  another bomb threat at Centennial High School (1820 Rimpau Ave, Corona, CA 92881).  An anonymous caller said that a bomb was placed into a bathroom.   Corona PD is currently searching the campus for any signs of a suspicious item.

Media crews were en-route to the scene as of 10:45pm.  No word on school closures for Thursday from CNUSD and the Inland Empire Press is awaiting a return call from Corona PD.

Tuesday, Centennial was closed for the entire day after another bomb threat turned out to be a hoax in which Corona PD is still investigating. (Source:  KTLA)

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Message from Centennial Principal,

Dr. Roberts:

Hello, this is an important message for the Centennial High School Community. We are writing to inform you of an incident that impacted Centennial High School last night. Yesterday evening around 9pm, the Corona Police Department received a subsequent call from an anonymous caller referencing a bomb threat at Centennial High School. Immediately upon receiving the call, Corona Police Department began a thorough sweep of our campus. After an extensive sweep of our campus, police determined that our school was safe for students and staff, and provided the clearance for school to resume as normal today.

We would like to remind the community that any threats to student safety are taken seriously with an abundance of precaution, as was the case last night and earlier this week.

While these unfortunate events this week naturally may cause concern we would like to remind parents, staff, and students that campus is safe and ready for another day of teaching and learning. We thank you for your support and commitment to student safety and will see you today at the regularly scheduled start time.

As a precaution, there will be additional police units in and around our campus throughout the day. The Corona Police Department is actively investigating the source of these anonymous calls and will have additional information as it becomes available. Anyone with any information is encouraged to contact our School Resource Officer Michael Placencia at 951-739-5670 ext.20021.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me directly or any member of my administration team also at 951-739-5670.

Thank you,
Dr. Ben Roberts

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