UPDATED: The shelter in place has been lifted, according to the district.
NATICK – Natick High School was on lockdown, due to a report of a suicidal person, according to the school district.
Police are on the scene.
“Natick High School and Johnson School were in a shelter-in-place due to a police report of a suicidal person in the area. This report came through an anonymous hotline, where the cell phone number of a student was provided without the student’s knowledge. Based on that information, the schools went into a shetler-in-place out of an abundance of caution,” said Natick Public Schools in a statement.
All students are safe, said the district in a statment.
SOURCE called Natick Police, who said they can’t comment at the moment and to call back in about 45 minutes.