Chaska students sent home after threat received
CHASKA, Minn. (AP) — Chaska High School sent students home following a lockdown over a threat.
Administrators emailed parents about 8 a.m. Tuesday that the school was locked down because a threat was received. The school tweeted that everyone was OK. School officials did not give details about what kind of threat was received.
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