Threat places Princeton Senior High on lockdown

PRINCETON, W.Va. — A threat at a Mercer County high school placed students on lockdown Tuesday.

Details remain limited as to the nature of the threat, but Mercer County Schools released the following statement:

“For Parents of Students at Princeton Senior High School,

The situation at Princeton Senior High has been resolved. Students will resume second lunch when they return to school. Lunch has been kept in warmers for students during the issue. Additionally, students will be dismissed and bused from PSHS at their regular schedule.

Thank you.

The neighboring Mercer County Technical Education Center was also placed on lockdown as a precaution.


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