Hollywood Hills High School in Hollywood, Florida has been placed on lockdown Wednesday morning. Officials have confirmed that this is the result of a social media threat shared on Twitter.
Hollywood Hills High School has been placed on lockdown following a social media threat made on Twitter. The school is currently on what they classify as a “Code Yellow.” Police have not yet identified who originally made the threat on Twitter. However, police are on the scene investigating.
A Boward County Public Schools representative said that lockdown is a precaution.
Hollywood Hills High School
Hollywood Hills High School houses roughly 2,300 students from grades 9-12. The school contains small “learning communities” with focused course work. It is a public school with an average class size of 30 students.
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