FRANKFORT – The Frankfort-Schuyler Junior/Senior High School is under a 'controlled dismissal' after the school went on lockdown Friday afternoon. The school is working with law enforcement to make surethe process takes place safely and quickly. The Frankfort-Schuyler School District says the dismissal will take a while.
The superintendent and police officials say the school went under lockdown when a threat was found written on a bathroom wall during 9th period, the last class of the school day. Police are doing a perimeter search and investigating the credibility of the threat.
WKTV will provide updates on this story as they become available.
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