Sudan ISD is back to normal following a lockdown this morning.
Sudan ISD Superintendent Scott Harrell released information late this morning via the school’s facebook page stating the school was placed in a Level I lock down this morning after they received word from local law enforcement of a threatening situation in the area. According to the information, normal class activities continued, however no one was allowed to exit the building and no one was allowed to enter the building. The superintendent said the school districts number one priority is the safety of the students and that is why they made the decision to enter the lock down.
The lock down was lifted around noon and normal scheduling and security measures resumed. The superintendent thanked area law enforcement for their quick action this morning in issuing the notification as well as the teachers, faculty, staff and students that made the entire process smooth.
He reiterated to parents that in a situation such as this, do NOT come to the school, you will not be allowed inside the building and all mass communication will be done through the school app and the school Facebook page. If you were not notified through the app this morning, make sure you are ALLOWING notifications through the app.