FINDLAY, Ohio (AP) - A northwest Ohio high school is under lockdown today because of rumors related to today's terror attacks anniversary.
Classroom doors are being kept locked during class periods at Findlay High School, and students are restricted from moving about the school.
In an e-mail to parents, Principal Craig Kupferberg says school officials learned that some students were upset they weren't given September 11 off as a holiday and planned to spread rumors that cause an early dismissal. He didn't go into detail about the rumors but said the district would check out each one.
-- Information from: The Courier