Video game talk prompts Hillsborough High School lockdown
Students at Hillsborough High School accidentally caused a school lockdown while discussing video games.
According to a letter sent to parents, the school was placed on lockdown Thursday morning after school officials received a report of a comment made by a students who said that another student may have had a gun inside the school.
Officials contacted the Hillsborough Township Police Department and locked down the school as a precaution. Police responded and were able to determine that some students were discussing video games and that no one had actually seen a gun inside the school.
After everything was deemed safe, the lockdown was lifted and classes resumed as normal.
According to Principal Karen Bingert's letter, school counselors would be available to help students deal with their emotions following the lockdown.