A combined drug dog sweep and lockdown drill was held at Henryetta high school Tuesday morning.
high schoolAccording to principal Scott Bein, K-9 handlers from the Creek Nation and Bureau of Indian Affairs were working with district attorney investigators during the sweep. The dogs were sent down the halls checking lockers then went into some classrooms.
"We found no evidence o any drugs," Bein said.
At the same time the dogs were busy, school officials held a lockdown drill with all students kept in the classrooms.
"There was never any danger to the students," he said. "We are continually working to make our school a safe place for our students to be and this is one more step to help this process."
Bein said more sweeps and drills will be held in the future but declined to give any dates.