Carlsbad schools to reopen Wednesday after threat

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SAN DIEGO -- Carlsbad High School and Carlsbad Village Academy will resume classes Wednesday after students were sent home Monday following a threat posted on Instagram.

Out of an abundance of caution, schools remained closed Tuesday.

"While law enforcement has indicated their belief that no credible threat exists, there will be a significant police presence both on, and around the CHS/CVA campuses tomorrow and for the remainder of the week," according to a statement from Carlsbad Unified School District Tuesday.

"In conjunction with the Carlsbad Police Department, we are confident in our ability to ensure the safety of students and staff and will continue to be vigilant in these efforts."