YUKON, Okla. — Yukon Public Schools issued a notification to the parents of students enrolled in their district, advising them of a potential threat that had been made against Yukon High School.
Regarding the event, the district has stated that it has been cooperating extensively with the Yukon Police Department.
According to the alert, heightened security measures will be implemented at the high school on Monday, and all of the schools within the district will be placed on a “soft lockdown.”
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KOCO was informed by a spokeswoman for the district that the alert had been issued but that they could not provide any further information at this time.
According to the notification, students who believe it necessary to remain home on Monday will not have their absences recorded against them.
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