Franklin High School Lockdown – The Franklin High School administration reportedly placed the school on lockdown on Monday morning, as stated in a letter that was distributed to families by the school system and subsequently published on social media. The police were “checking for any potential threats” and securing the building, according to the statement that was released.
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In an interview with the Journal Sentinel, Chief Rick Oliva of the Franklin Police Department indicated that as of 9:45 a.m., there was no indication of an intruder being found inside the school, and that there were no injuries or bullets fired. He also stated that there were no injuries. “The school is currently under lockdown and is being searched as a precautionary measure,” Oliva noted in an email. “We are taking this precautionary measure.”
According to the message that was distributed by the school district at 8:40 a.m. on Monday, families were asked to refrain from coming to the school since it was locked down and did not allow anybody to enter or leave. This was stated in the message. An email that was sent to families by the Franklin School District and then forwarded to the Journal Sentinel stated that children were continuing their education in all of the other schools in the district regardless of whether or not the buildings were in a “secure” condition. This status meant that the only people who were allowed to enter the facilities were the staff and the pupils.