Columbine High School was under lockdown Monday morning after the school received a threat.
Jeffco Public Schools sent out a tweet about the lockdown about 9:45 a.m. on Sept. 22 and notified parents, said Melissa Reeves, spokeswoman for the district. The school was out of lockdown by noon.
Reeves said school activities continued as normal inside the school during a lockout, but no one is allowed to enter or leave school buildings.
• Club USA at Wadsworth and Belleview
• Safeway at Kipling and Belleview
• Walgreens at Simms and Belleview
• Circle K at Bowles and Alkire
• Walmart at Bowles and Alkire
• Corner Store at Bowles and Alkire
• The Peak Rec Center at Ward and Simms
• 7-Eleven at Ken Caryl and Shaffer Parkway
• King Soopers at Ken Caryl and Simms
• Walgreens at Ken Caryl and Simms
• Corner Store at Kipling and Chatfield
Teachers at Conifer and Standley Lake high schools who participated in a “sick-out” last Friday that closed both schools said they did it to raise community awareness primarily about the school board’s proposal to review the Advanced Placement History curriculum.
Secondarily, the teachers have been protesting a compensation plan being implemented by the board that gives raises based on merit.
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