Central High School was locked down Monday morning after a written threat on one of the walls.
According to police, a "perceived threat" was written on the wall in one of the bathrooms.There is no word yet on what the threat may have implied.
Students and staff were placed on a "shelter in place" call around 9:45 a.m., meaning that no one could enter or leave their classrooms or school grounds.
Police searched the area, interviewed students and reviewed security footage in an effort to secure the campus.
Students were released for lunch around noon after no real threat was found.
Parents were alerted of the incident by a message, according to the district.
Police are still investigating.
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