GARFIELD HEIGHTS -- The Garfield Heights School District says a lockdown put into effect due to a threat has been canceled.
The district on its website says all students and staff are safe and that the decision to cancel the lockdown was made after a consulation with police. The district says all schools will have a police presence throughout the day and remain on high alert.
The district went into lockdown this morning after police notified administrators they received a call from a person who communicated an intent to come to the high school Thursday morning with a gun.
The police and school district investigated the call.