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No Threat Found at Reagan High School

The Austin School District says classes at Reagan High School were pushed back to 11:00 a.m. Monday morning due to police activity.

According to AISD officials, police were investigating a possible threat made toward the campus.  Further investigation found no credible evidence to support that threat, which police have not specified.

Nonetheless, Reagan High School has chosen to stay on the delayed start but expects all classes to resume their normal schedules on Tuesday.

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