KNIGHTSTOWN, Ind. - Knightstown High School will operate on an exterior lockdown Thursday morning after an unknown incident occurred at the school Wednesday.
Principal Scott Ritchie tweeted Wednesday evening that all students should be at school no earlier than 7:50 a.m. and should only use the south main and west bus entrances.
School will be operating on an exterior lock down for tomorrow. We will have officers here in the morning for searches as you enter.— Scott Ritchie (@KHS_Principal) April 16, 2014
Use only the south main and west bus entrance when you arrive. Arrive no earlier than 7:50 am tomorrow for school. Thanks for you help.— Scott Ritchie (@KHS_Principal) April 16, 2014
@JohnCollins911 We are taking precautions due to an incident at the end of school today. We just want to play it safe.— Scott Ritchie (@KHS_Principal) April 16, 2014
Ritchie said the lockdown was a precaution and school officials wanted to play it safe.
Few other details were released.
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