Henry County Schools in Maryland have been placed on lockdown due to a threat from an unidentified individual.
The district said that the person involved is an adult who has threatened to “use physical force” to “remove a teacher and/or student from the school.”
According to a press release from the Henry Board of Education, the threat was made against an unidentified male teacher and that the teacher is “currently being treated for an injury that may require medical attention.”
This was reported by the Washington Post.
The school system said that it has since received “multiple credible threats against the teacher” and that there is an ongoing investigation into the matter.
The incident occurred during the morning break.
Henry school officials said that they are “reviewing the situation and will continue to update parents and staff.”
It’s not clear what kind of threats are being made.
It’s unclear if this threat is connected to the school lockdown.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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