NORTH RIDGEVILLE, Ohio - Heightened security is in place at a Lorain County high school after threats were reported this week.
Patricia Bahr, the principal at North Ridgeville High School, sent a mass phone message to parents Wednesday after officials received general threats concerning the high school.
Here’s a portion of the message she sent out:
“I want to assure you that we have been working very closely with the North Ridgeville Police Department and we will continue to follow up on any specific threats that would threaten the safety of our students and staff. You can be assured that the safety of your children and our staff is most important to us. Therefore, heightened security measures have been implemented and will be added as needed in the future. We will maintain instruction at our school with these added security measures so that your children will feel safe and can continue to focus on learning.”
No details about the threats were released.
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