A day after the was reported by local media, the Peninsula School District briefly placed its , and Middle Schools into modified lockdown on Thursday.
The lockdown is now called off.
The district released the following message to Patch:
We received a very general threat via the district website tied to the incident reported in the media yesterday. As a precaution, we contacted the Pierce County Sheriff’s office who are investigating. Additionally, we notified all buildings of the threat and placed the two schools most closely tied to the incident, plus the district office, in modified lockdown. We will continue to work with the Sheriff’s office to assess the situation.
On Wednesday, local news, including Patch, reported on an .
The school district has not confirmed why Harbor Ridge was placed on a lockdown. However, one reader commented on Patch that Rosi would be working at Harbor Ridge this year.
Patch will update the story as more information becomes available.
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