TERRE HAUTE Ind. (WTWO/WAWV)- After two threatening calls to Terre Haute south, officials put the school on lockout.
Authorities said a lockout is where students can leave the campus and normal curriculum is still ongoing, but no one is allowed to enter the school.
They said heightened security and joint efforts with the Terre Haute Police Department are working to investigate the calls.
Authorites said the calls were from out of state and described them as ‘vague’.
They said the Vigo County School Corporation takes all threats seriously to keep students safe, but that parents will be notified if anything develops.
They said, even though the investigation is currently ongoing, students’ curriculum is expected to continue as normal Tuesday.