Advertisement

Classes resume following Niskayuna High lockdown

November 06, 2018 12:26 PM

School is back in session at Niskayuna High School after Monday's lockdown that lasted about 5.5 hours.

Niskayuna police are still searching for the person who left a note indicating a threat at the school.

Advertisement – Content Continues Below

The lockdown started around 1 p.m. The building was searched Monday. Students were held at school while the building was searched. They were finally released around 6:30 p.m. after the all-clear was given.

Principal John Rickert says there will be counselors on site Tuesday if students want to talk about what happened.

Credits

WNYT Staff

Copyright 2018 WNYT-TV LLC, a Hubbard Broadcasting Company. All rights reserved

Advertisement
Relay Media Amp
Advertisement
Advertisement
Human trafficking big concern in the Capital Region

Questions remain over Legionnaires' disease at Albany County assisted-living facility

Detainee's wife: I don't know if there is preparation

Teen sentenced in Washington County for killing best friend with machete

Former Howard Johnson's owner will have to wait longer to learn sex offender status

Advertisement