High School in Shoreline closed over threats to reopen

SHORELINE, Wash. (AP) — Classes and all after-school activities at Shorecrest High School in Shoreline, Washington, were canceled Wednesday after school officials received “multiple tips” about potential threats. The Seattle Times reports the school did not disclose the exact nature of the threats but said they included information and details indicating a possible connection to a lockdown Monday at Shorecrest High School and Kellogg Middle School when two students brought ammunition to the high school. The King County Sheriff’s Office determined later Wednesday that the threats were not valid. School district officials say the school will reopen Thursday.