Disruption prompts statement from Cassville Schools
Superintendent: School not in lock-down, students safe
According to a release from Cassville School District Superintendent Richard Asbill, a disruption occurred at one of the district's building offices Wednesday morning.
Asbill said in a letter the disruption was handled and the person or persons involved left the building. He said there were reports the school went into lock-down, but he said that was not the case and all students were safe.
When called for comment, Asbill declined to discuss the nature of the incident, where the lock-down reports originated or which building in which the incident took place.
"The information posted is the update we have at this point," he said.
Dana Kammerlohr, Cassville Police chief, said the department did not know the nature of the incident her department did not respond to it.
"The school handled it," she said.