Shoreham-Wading River High School was on a temporary lockout status Friday afternoon due to an incident that took place in the parking lot, according to the district’s website.
“Earlier today, Shoreham-Wading River High School was temporarily placed on a lock out status due to a security issue that occurred in the parking lot,” Superintendent Steven Cohen said in the statement. “The perimeter was secured, meaning no one was permitted to leave or enter the building. As such, there was no disruption to the school day, as students were permitted to move about the school. Once the situation was resolved by the Suffolk County Police Department, the lock out was lifted.
“As always, the safety and security of our students is the district’s top priority,” he added.
Suffolk County Police said on Friday afternoon that the incident was noncriminal, though declined to offer further details.
“Crime section did not pick up the case and handed it to patrol, so that means the incident was non-criminal and the case is closed,” police said.