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Lockdown lifted at San Miguel Elementary
SUNNYVALE, Calif. -- A lockdown at an elementary school in Sunnyvale has been lifted Friday afternoon after a threatening call was made to the school's office earlier today, a school district official said.
The lockdown at San Miguel Elementary was lifted at about 1:40 p.m., four hours after Sunnyvale public safety officers began searching the campus at 777 San Miguel Ave.
The search was prompted by a threatening call that the school principal received shortly after school started for the day at 8 a.m., Sunnyvale School District Assistant Superintendent Mike Gallagher said.<p Throughout the search, Gallagher said the students were kept in their classrooms. No injuries were reported during the lockdown.<p Parents can pick up their students between the school's office and multi-purpose room. School staff will release the students to their parents one-by-one, Gallagher said.<p Roughly 425 students attend San Miguel Elementary.<p Parents can find more information by calling the district office at (408) 522-8200 or visiting www.sesd.org.<p Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety officials were not available this afternoon with more information about the incident.
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