HAYWOOD CO., NC (WSPA) – Several schools in Haywood Co. were on lockdown after a threatening phone call around Noon on Thursday, according to the school district.
The school are now dismissed on regular schedule.
They say the call came to local law enforcement and the caller made threatening comments about Canton Middle School.
They say law enforcement immediately notified Haywood County Schools and a decision was made to lock down the following schools:
Canton Middle School
Pisgah High School
Meadowbrook Elementary School
Bethel Middle School
Bethel Elementary School
North Canton Elementary School.
The call is still under investigation and schools will resume tomorrow on regular schedule.
We will update this story as more information becomes available.
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