Police in United States Tuesday say a member of Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education has reported receiving a bomb threat.
It was not clear however, when the threat was received and which school board member received it, but the incidence have forced all public schools to close immediately.
Every school in the 700,000-pupil district would be searched, says Schools Administrator, Ramon Cortines.
“I think it is important that I take this precaution based upon what has happened recently and what has happened in the past,” Cortines said.
The District, includes 1,124 public and charter schools, among others.