Code Red Lockdown – Rolesville High School, students safe

A code red lockdown officially remains active at Rolesville High School.

Police cars were seen leaving the school around 12:30 p.m.

The CODE RED LOCKDOWN was announced by the school principal around 10:30 a.m., sending students into seeking refuge around the campus.

Parents who had rushed to the school after receiving alarming texts from their children were still waiting outside a police barrier around noon.

The school’s principal sent an email to parents to reassure them that everything was under control, but parents said the email still didn’t give enough details to put their mind at ease.

“Please know that all students and staff are safe, this morning we received the communication of a potential threat to our school. After reporting the threat to law enforcement and WCPSS Security officials, we are moved into a code red lockdown while law enforcement and security officials continue to investigate the source of the threat. Please understand that in a code red lockdown, the entire building is locked down. No one is allowed to enter or exit the building until an all-clear announcement is received from police,”

the email entails.

Many students at Rolesville High School were scheduled to take the PSAT today.

The school is part of Wake County Public School System and is located on East Young Street in Rolesville.

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