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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.

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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.

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