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Santana, West Hills High Schools receive threats

SANTEE, Calif. (KGTV) - Extra law enforcement officers are in place Monday at Santana and West Hills High Schools in Santee due to unsubstantiated threats of violence. The Grossmont Union High School District and both schools’ administrators were notified of the emailed threat that referred to a possible act of violence, according to a district spokesperson. San Diego County Sheriff’s investigators are looking into the matter. RELATED: San Diego Unified, San Diego Police outline school safety The district issued a statement which read in part:
GUHSD will continue to work closely with the Sheriff’s Department on any threats and want to assure all in our school communities of our commitment to student and staff safety.
Santana High School was the site of a deadly school massacre on March 5, 2001. 15-year-old Andy Williams opened fire, killing two classmates and injuring 13 others. RELATED: Former Deputy remembers 2001 Santana shooting

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