CUBA, NY - A lockdown at Cuba-Rushford High School has been lifted, according to Carlos Gildemeister, the district's Superintendent of Schools.

According to a notice posted on the Cuba-Rushford Central District website, the high school received a report this morning from several students that a threat had been made that raised safety concerns.  Gildemeister said the district took precautionary steps and conducted an investigation with the assistance of law enforcement agencies.

"During this time, students and staff went to lockdown and were asked to remain in their classrooms and work areas," he said. "The lockdown was lifted at around 1:30 p.m., and students returned to their regular schedules."