FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) --Fresno Police evacuated Bullard High School Thursday following reports of a bomb threat Thursday morning.
Students were pulled out of their classes and spent time away from buildings as officers and bomb-sniffing dogs conducted a search for explosives on campus.
Investigators said the library received a call from someone saying something was going to blow up on campus at 11:55 a.m.
After the search came up clear students and staff were dismissed early for the day. All campus activities for the rest of the day were canceled.
Police have deemed the call a hoax but are now looking for the person who made the phone call.
School will proceed Friday as normal.