New Haven High School ‘safe and secure’ after reported threat

NEW HAVEN, Indiana (WANE) – New Haven High School was locked out Tuesday morning after a threat was reportedly made.

New Haven High School said in a letter that school officials learned Tuesday morning of a threat that was made to the school on Monday. Specific details of the threat have not been released.

The school was placed in a “locked out/safe status” on Tuesday morning “after a thorough investigation,” officials said.

“With the building safe and secure, business will continue as normal throughout the day,” the letter added. “Safety is a priority for all of our schools at East Allen County Schools.”

No further information was released. New Haven High School ‘safe and secure’ after reported threat

Dais Johnston

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