Rustburg HS is back to normal after morning lockdown

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Alleghany County Sheriff's received a tip that a former Alleghany High School student was threatening to harm himself in the presence of other students.

Alleghany County Sheriff’s received a tip that a former Alleghany High School student was threatening to harm himself in the presence of other students. (PHOTO: Courtesy MGN.)

CAMPBELL COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) – Staff and students at Rustburg High School are getting back to their daily routines after the school was put on lockdown Friday morning.

The Superintendent of Campbell County Schools tells WFXR News, the lockdown was “inadvertently triggered” and the district decided to follow the lockdown protocol.

The building was cleared and staff and students are back in class.

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