SANTA CLARITA, CA – A Santa Clarita high school was locked down after deputies arrived on campus for an “active investigation.”
According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. The investigation at Bowman High School on Centre Pointe Parkway prompted the school to go on lockdown.
“Deputies are currently on campus ensuring added safety among the students.” The Santa Clarita Valley station of the Los Angeles Sheriff‘s Department said on social media.
Officials did not elaborate on what prompted the lockdown in the first place. Students are expected to be released under supervised release. Still, officials did not specify whether the lockdown would affect the timing of the dismissal bell or the school’s extracurricular activities, according to LASD.