Hoover High School located in Fresno was put on lockdown following an alert received regarding a shooting incident on the school premises. According to the caller, who claimed to be hiding in a restroom due to blood on the floor, the situation seemed grave.

The police suspect that the call may have been made from a foreign country, as the caller had a Middle Eastern accent and sounded elderly. The police swiftly reacted to the call by scouring the school premises and thoroughly checking every bathroom and classroom.

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After a thorough investigation, it was concluded that the call was a false alarm.

Hoover High School is a public high school located in Fresno, California, and is part of the Fresno Unified School District. The school was established in 1960 and is named after former US President Herbert Hoover. The school has a diverse student population, with a student body of approximately 2,400 students from different cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.

The school offers a variety of programs and extracurricular activities, including sports, music, drama, and community service clubs. It also provides Advanced Placement (AP) courses and Dual Enrollment courses, which allow students to earn college credits while still in high school.

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The school has undergone significant renovations in recent years to improve the quality of its facilities. It now boasts a modern campus with state-of-the-art classrooms, athletic facilities, and technology centers.

Janice Rogers Brown, former Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, Tim DeLaughter, lead singer of the band Polyphonic Spree, Peter Frampton, Grammy-winning musician and guitarist and Jim Patterson, California State Assemblyman, are some of the notable alumni of the school.