L.A. Schools Close After Threats: Chaos on Social Media, as America’s Second Biggest District Locks Down
— Stephanie Simmons (@StephatCBS2) December 15, 2015
LAUSD Super: "I want every school searched"; All LAUSD schools closed today; electronic threat being analyzed pic.twitter.com/UHRpsf3XoN
— Eric Shackelford (@NBC4Shack) December 15, 2015
Board president: all students are safe.
— LAUSD (@LASchools) December 15, 2015
— Ester Martinez (@EsterMarSoCal) December 15, 2015
— MarlaTellez (@MarlaTellez) December 15, 2015
FRANTICALLY calling all of my friends with siblings who attend LAUSD schools to warn them about the terrorist threats on the news.
— Matt Van De Kamp (@IronMatttt) December 15, 2015
— JASMINE VIEL (@jasmineviel) December 15, 2015
All LAUSD closed today because of electronic threat earlier this morning. As if it isn't tough enough to be a parent today.
— Sidney Iwanter (@greenbushboy) December 15, 2015
My kid just walked in the door. No school today at LAUSD schools. Threats made.
— Sarah Reingewirtz (@sarahimages) December 15, 2015
— Monique Muñiz (@MoniqueMuniz1) December 15, 2015
Drove all the way to my kids school only to find out it's closed due to a bomb threat on LAUSD school! When will our kids be safe! #whossafe
— Elinor McMillan (@BlueLAskies) December 15, 2015
Logan Elementary principal Mojgan Moazzez telling parents about closure. Cars have been pulling up all morning. pic.twitter.com/LkaWvDEmt3
— Dakota Smith (@dakotacdsmith) December 15, 2015
Kinda sucks having all lausd schools closed …i have finals and it just messed me up big time 🙁
— ❥ Alex Gabriela (@amourdulcee) December 15, 2015
All lausd schools closed today due to a terrorist threat. Well now i wonder what is going to happen with my finals 🙁 ugh. Dang.
— Kimberly Pattinson (@kimpattinson28) December 15, 2015
— Metro (@metrolosangeles) December 15, 2015
— CBS Los Angeles (@CBSLA) December 15, 2015
— Cal Perry (@calmsnbc) December 15, 2015
LA police chief: "All of us make hard choices. We've been through a lot. Should we risk putting our children through the same?" #LAUSD
— KSL 5 TV (@KSL5TV) December 15, 2015
If they react & nothing happens they get criticized; if they don't react & something happens they get criticized. #LAUSD no win situation
— leebothast (@leebothast) December 15, 2015
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Decision whether to re-open #LAUSD schools tomorrow has not yet been made, officials say.
— Joel Rubin (@joelrubin) December 15, 2015