Muskogee County school put on lockdown after student runs away from home

BY JARREL WADE, Tulsa World Modified: December 2, 2013 at 12:20 pm •  Published: December 2, 2013

COUNCIL HILL – Midway Public Schools are under lockdown Monday until a student who reportedly ran away from home is found, a school official said.

Randy Shaw, pre-kindergarten through high school principal, said Midway Public School officials and Muskogee County Sheriff’s Office officials made the decision after the student was reported missing.

"There’s been no threat to the school or students," Shaw said. "It’s just a precautionary measure. We’re going to be in this situation until we are advised by Muskogee County deputies."

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