By Karla Pomeroy

Students start Tuesday in lockout due to threat

Wyoming Safe2Tell system used to notify authorities of potential threat


October 4, 2017

WORLAND — Notification of a threat via the Safe2Tell app resulted in Worland High School going into a lockout first thing Tuesday morning.

According to a press release by the Worland Police Department, “On Monday evening law enforcement officials and the school district received an anonymous tip through the Wyoming “Safe2Tell” system about a potential threat of violence at the Worland High School. Local law enforcement immediately began working with school officials in conducting a threat assessment based on the information received.”

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