Berkeley Middle School was on lockdown for about 40 minutes today, according to Berkeley County School District officials.
The school went on lockdown at 2 p.m. on the recommendation of local law enforcement because of a disturbance nearby, district spokeswoman Susan Smyre Haire said.
The lockdown was lifted by 2:40 p.m., she said.
It did not interfere with dismissal or bus routes.
Parents were notified via the school’s automatic call-out system and the school’s Facebook page.
Moncks Corner Police Chief Chad Caldwell was not available for comment.
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