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Threat leads to evacuation, police presence at Cardinal Ritter High School

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Cardinal Ritter High School will be in session Tuesday after a threat led to an evacuation Monday.

The school was made aware of the threat Monday morning and said it was working with police. Students were not in any immediate danger, according to a Facebook post from the school.

Police have surveyed and secured the campus, the school said, adding that Cardinal Ritter would be open on Tuesday, April 2.

Here’s the original post in its entirety:

Parents, this morning we were made aware of a threat to Cardinal Ritter High School. While we are working closely with the police, at no time were our students in immediate danger. The school has been evacuated and police are surveying and securing the campus. We will keep you updated with additional information as we are made aware.

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