DENVER - Bruce Randolph 6-12 School in Denver was closed Thursday for a bomb threat investigation, according to Denver Public Schools. A student was eventually charged in connection with that threat.
School officials were made aware of the bomb threat late on Wednesday and contacted the Denver Police Department and DPS Safety and Security.
In order to allow police officials to fully investigate the threat, district officials say the entire Bruce Randolph campus will be closed, and all school activities are cancelled for Thursday. Police cars were stationed outside for most of the day.
The district plans to reopen the building for classes Friday.