Bomb threat forces lockout at Hendrick Hudson High School in MontrosePosted: Updated:
Hendrick Hudson High School in Montrose was put on lockout due to a possible bomb threat this morning.
Students tell News 12 a bomb threat was sent by voicemail to the school Monday.
Because of that apparent threat, no one could get into the building after 7:30 a.m., which is when classes usually start. The lockout was lifted around 9:20 a.m.
State police were at the school for most of the morning and the message was found to be not credible. Classes are now back to normal.
One student says the lockout wasn’t a big deal because officials had things under control. “I wasn't really scared because I saw all the cops here, so I was like OK, I'm going to be safe,” says student Jack Cole.