Trumansburg, N.Y. — The Trumansburg Central School District has implemented a “lock-out” Wednesday morning after what school officials believe was a prank, according to a statement posted on the school’s website.

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There is no believed threat to students or students’ safety. Police are investigating.

The lock-out came in response to what appears to be a “senior hoax,” the statement said. The hoax included “a statement that could be interpreted as a threat,” the statement said.

“The District instituted a Lock-Out as a precaution and has requested the assistance of the Trumansburg Police Department to investigate,” the statement said. ”

“At this point, we do not believe there is a threat and no students’ health, safety or welfare is or has been in jeopardy.”


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