Patrick Henry High School in Roanoke is on lockdown due to a potential threat, according to officials. This is the second school in the city to go on lockdown on Wednesday.
Officials said students are with their teachers and parents are asked not to come to the school. Police will not allow anyone on campus until the lockdown is lifted.
No injuries have been reported.
You can find the full message sent to Patrick Henry families below:
As of 2 p.m., Guilford Ave. to Brandon Ave. on Grandin Road is currently blocked off in addition to the entrances and exits of the school.
William Fleming High School was also on lockdown on Wednesday.
Source: WSLS News 10