TIFFIN – First period classes at Columbian High School were reportedly held “lockdown style” for several minutes at the end of the period Monday morning following a behavioral situation with an unarmed student in the special needs unit. Classes have since resumed as normal and all students and staff are presumed to be safe.
At no point were there any critical threats, school officials stated.
Some parents shared on Facebook that they believed the school was being “more cautious” due to last week’s threats from a student.
Article Last Updated: Monday, October 16, 2017 at 3:26 PM ET
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