The lockdown at Houston ISD’s Stephen F. Austin High School was lifted after the campus was threatened

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) – A day after a student was arrested following reports of a discharged gun on campus that led to a lockdown in Friendswood, another Houston-area school was forced to take similar action Thursday morning.

This time it happened at Stephen F. Austin High School on the 1700 block of Dumble Street. This school is in Houston ISD.

There’s another school of the same name in Fort Bend County, but it has nothing to do with this scene.

Austin High School Principal Orlando Reyna said in a message to families that the campus is on precautionary lockdown while police investigate an outside threat against the school.

In an update, Reyna said the campus has now been given the all-clear, the lockdown has been lifted and students are safe.

The school day continues as usual.

Anyone with questions should call the school at 713-924-1600.

On Wednesday, a student at Clear Brook High School was arrested just before 9 a.m. after Clear Creek ISD said the student had an unloaded gun on campus.

Clear Brook High School was placed under precautionary lockdown while authorities searched for ammunition but none were found.

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