The semester is winding down with some jittery nerves in two area school districts.
The State Journal-Register reports Glenwood Middle School in Chatham was put on “soft lockdown” Thursday after an unspent shotgun shell was found outside the school.
The incident disrupted a couple of final exams that will have to be made up today.
Meanwhile, a soft lockdown is also in place at North Mac Middle School in Girard after sexually suggestive and threatening graffiti was found in a bathroom.
School administrators say they don’t believe there is a credible threat, but the school was searched and police were called as a precaution.