1:40 P.M. UPDATE – The lockout has been lifted. Local law enforcement has determined that the police matter is far removed from the District.

All Jr/Sr High students have already been released from summer school through a controlled release. Students attending the MCSES summer camp will be released at the regular time in front of the building.

10:15 a.m. – All Hudson schools are currently in a lockout due to a police matter reported in Columbia County where the individual has not yet been located. There is no direct threat to our school community however the lockout was initiated out of an abundance of caution. The District is collaborating with law enforcement to stay informed. At this time, no one may enter or leave the school buildings.

A lockout situation, which differs from a lockdown, is a response to a potentially dangerous situation outside the building or in the surrounding community. In a lockout, operations within the building continue as normal (such as moving between classes) while law enforcement works to address the external issue. Similar to a lockdown, no one may enter or leave the building until it is deemed safe and the authorities authorize such release. We will issue an update when the situation is resolved.