No threat at Mayo High School after lockdown

(ABC 6 News) – Mayo High School went into lockdown Wednesday morning for unrelated reasons, after a student told building leaders they saw a person with a gun driving in the school’s parking lot.

According to Rochester Public Schools, the person the student saw was a law enforcement officer responding to Lourdes, who briefly stopped near Mayo.

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Mayo High School resumed its normal schedule by 11:50 a.m.

“We are extremely pleased with the student who reported the situation to building leaders,” Rochester Public Schools said in a statement. “We are all safer when individuals say something when they see something.”