Thank god to everyone at San Leandro High School today. Graffiti was found earlier threatening of violence at 1pm this afternoon. With that said the entire school was placed on lockdown to make sure there were no guns or threats on campus. This came at the same time as students were prepared to do a walkout in honor of #NationalWalkoutDay. Good news is the lockdown has since been lifted and all students and faculty are safe. More on this story here.
UPDATE: The principal of San Leandro High School addressed concerned parents after the school was placed on lockdown after a graffiti threat was found on campus. https://t.co/nYisJPjXaG pic.twitter.com/hBhDHw6KoA— ABC7 News (@abc7newsbayarea) March 14, 2018
I am a student from San Leandro High School. We had just made this sign and now look what’s happening. We will never be safe anywhere not as long as we don’t do anything about it.we need to be the generation that stops this. We have lost to many people to automatic assault rifles pic.twitter.com/VFbtZVlpiT— Ramon Napoles (@ramonnapoles02) March 14, 2018
Be safe San Leandro High pic.twitter.com/fVUyZ775PA— Kristian 🏝 (@Kristian_B99) March 14, 2018
San Leandro High was on lockdown for like 3 1/2 hours, they just let us out, someone wrote that they were going to shoot Up the school at 1— mika TODAY (@istanthelegends) March 14, 2018