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UPDATE: TISD puts Andy Woods Elementary under modified lockdown

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UPDATE: (TYLER MORNING TELEGRAPH) - Andy Woods Elementary School is on modified lockdown which means the district has secured the outside of the building, according to Tyler ISD.

Students are moving from classroom to classroom as normal and will be dismissed at regular time. However, the school will follow the rain dismissal procedure.
"Tyler ISD police are working closely with the Tyler Police Department to monitor Andy Woods Elementary School because of an incident recently reported in the area," TISD administrators said, according to a district statement. "At this time all students are safe and inside the building."

Police have reason to believe the suspect has fled the area, according to the statement.

The priority is safety and therefore students will remain in the building until it is determine that it is safe to go outside, according to the statement.

 


 

UPDATE: Andy Woods and Kid's Kaleidoscope have lifted the lockdown set in place after an afternoon shooting near the schools.

 


 

TYLER (KYTX) - Kid's Kaleidoscope is on lockdown due to a shooting that happened in the area around noon Wednesday.

The reported shooting  and possible kidnapping happened near South Bain Street and Amhers.

The school is located at 3030 New Copeland Road.

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