UPDATE: Things Back to Normal at Central
KSAL Staff - November 29, 2016 10:27 am
Kansas high school students will now receive ACT college-entrance exam score projections with their state test results.
Things are back to normal at Salina Central High School.
According to USD 305, based on an investigation and under advisement from law enforcement, a heightened security status is no longer required. On Wednesday school will go back to normal operating procedures. Regular safety and security precautions will continue as usual.
All events scheduled at Central HS will go on as planned on Tuesday evening.
A threatening 911 call had prompted heightened security at the school Tuesday.
1st UPDATE: A threatening 911 call prompted heightened security at a Salina school Tuesday morning.
According to USD 305, on Tuesday a call was received by Salina 911 alleging a possible shooting threat at Central High School. Police informed school officials, who initiated heightened security while police investigated the call.
School officials are following the direction of Salina Police and taking extra precautions. There is increased police presence, school walk-throughs, and access to the building is monitored. Classes are in normal operation with increased vigilance.
Law enforcement authorities and school officials continue to investigate. Central High School remains open and extra precautions are being taken.
ORIGINAL: A threatening 911 call prompted heightened security at a Salina school Tuesday morning.
According to USD 305, at Salina Central High School doors are locked and building entry is being monitored.
The heightened security is a precaution while police investigate the call.