An anonymous school official tells The Washington Post that there is a lockdown at Jordan High School, and the school is being used to monitor students.
The lockdown will begin at 9 a.m. local time and will last through the evening, according to the school’s school-wide lockdown plan.
Officials said that the lockdown will last for four hours, but officials said there could be additional hours in the future.
School officials have yet to release a timeline on how long the lockdown is expected to last.
There are no signs of violence at the school, but parents were warned not to go outside and have anyone else go outside in the school.
Jordan High was built in 1968.
It has a large student body, and its enrollment has increased steadily over the past decade.
Students are taught in the English language and social studies, and are able to take a standardized test if they want to.
The school has an average enrollment of about 1,000 students, according the school district’s website.