BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Montessori Public Charter School in Baltimore was briefly placed on lockdown after a threat to the school was called in, according to an email to parents obtained by WJZ. The threat was later found to be untrue.
The school went immediately into lockdown after it received “a phone call by an individual making a threat to the school,” the message said.READ MORE: Maryland Gas Tax Set To Increase, Some Legislators Call For Another Tax Holiday
The threat was investigated and was found to be untrue, Baltimore City Public Schools said.
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A school today was temporarily on lockdown while we investigated a possible threat, which was found to be untrue. pic.twitter.com/K5eTe8Qpt3
— Baltimore City Public Schools (@BaltCitySchools) May 25, 2022
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