The Holley Central School District says it will be in lockout mode Friday because of a potential threat against the school.
Superintendent Robert D'Angelo issued a statement on the district's website Wednesday. It says, the district and authorities looked into the threat, and are choosing to take precautionary measures.
A lockout means students and staff inside the building will go about their day as normal. Police will be stationed at the main entrance of the school to ensure student safety. All exterior entrances will remain locked throughout the day.
The district has also changed its basketball game from a home game to an away game.