High school on Navajo Nation locked down twice
A public high school on the Navajo Nation has been locked down twice in the past two weeks, The Farmington Daily Times reports.

The first lockdown came on October 1 when a suspended student was seen at Shiprock High School in Shiprock, New Mexico. The student had been suspended for having a knife on campus.

The second lockdown came yesterday for a routine drug search, the interim superintendent said.

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Shiprock High School locked down twice (The Farmington Daily Times 10/10)