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No active threat at Fletcher schools

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FLETCHER, OK (KSWO)- There is no active threat at Fletcher Schools. The school was placed on a soft lockdown today as a precaution.

Fletcher superintendent Shane Gilbreath assures that the threat made last week has been taken care of. The threat of bring a gun to school was made by a minor. That minor will no longer be attending Fletcher schools.

There was also increased police presence on campus today as a precaution. External and classroom doors were locked. The only entrance is through the main office. Elementary students enjoyed indoor recess today. High school students were allowed to leave for lunch.

A big thanks goes out to the military parents who took time out of their day this morning to watch over early drop-offs before the Fletcher police and Comanche County Sheriff’s office took over.

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