Recent Tracy School Bomb Scares Costing District $100,000
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TRACY (CBS13) – The bomb threats that were called into two Tracy high schools in March will cost the district more than $100,000.
The district will have to pay $3,300 for bomb sniffing dogs and $7,900 for staff overtime.
And since the district canceled four days of school, it will lose out on the $33 dollars the state pays per student who attends that day — that totals $90,000.