KANSAS CITY, Mo. — North Kansas City High School was placed on lockdown for 15 minutes Thursday afternoon after authorities received a tip about a threat against the school.
A spokesperson for the district said the threat came from a phone number outside of the area.
Authorities advised the school to implement lockdown protocol.
During the lockdown, law enforcement searched the school building to ensure an all-clear.
"We take all reports of threats and concerns seriously as safety is our number one priority," the district said in a letter to families. "Additional security will be present during dismissal."
Details surrounding the threat weren't immediately available.