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Parents on edge after lockdown at Granite Hills High School

APPLE VALLEY, Calif. (VVNG.com) — Worried parents are feeling a sense of relief after a lockdown was lifted at Granite Hills High School Tuesday morning.

According to unconfirmed reports posted by students at the school via social media, at about 9:20 am, an unidentified person who allegedly didn’t belong at the school was seen walking on the campus in the 22900 block of Esaws Road.

“Today we placed Granite Hills High School on a precautionary lockdown that has since been lifted. A precautionary walk through was conducted of the entire school. There were no threats against the school. Student safety is our first priority,” stated school officials in a written statement. 

School officials haven’t provided any further details on the circumstances surrounding the ‘precautionary lockdown’.

No injuries were reported. Please check back for updates.

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