Cocoa High School campus reopens after parent makes bomb threat, officials say

Police investigate threat to Brevard school

COCOA, Fla. – Cocoa High School reopened Friday morning after a bomb threat made by a student’s parent prompted a campus closure, district officials said.

Cocoa police said the parent made the threat over the phone, and officers were then sent to the school at 2000 Tiger Trail and conducted an investigation.

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“The campus is currently closed to the public and students until we receive an all clear,” Brevard Public Schools said in an email.

BCS later tweeted, “UPDATE: Cocoa High has received an all-clear from law enforcement after investigating and securing each building on campus. School operations have resumed as normal.

No other details have been released.

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