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SC on hard lockdown, NC on soft

SC was on a hard lockdown for much of the morning classes

SC was on a hard lockdown for much of the morning classes

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As of about 9:30, Sept. 26, just shortly after the beginning of second period, SC went on a hard lockdown as a result of the BluePoint system being activated. NC is on a soft lockdown, awaiting information from any sources to hear updates on the situation at SC. Until the updates arrive, no students will enter or leave the NC building, and students are remaining in class, according to an announcement from Associate Principal Kevin Brown.

This is currently a developing story. Please check lionnewspaper.com for more information as our staff receives it.

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