N. Idaho elementary school briefly locked down
No threat was found after a North Idaho school was placed into lockdown Wednesday morning.
West Bonner County School District superintendent Ellen Perconti said that Idaho Hill Elementary School was placed into lockdown due to a "perceived threat towards a staff member at the school."
A subsequent investigation by the sheriff's office determined there was no threat to the school.
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