Revere High School locked down for drug sweep this morning
Revere school officials ordered a "hold in place" at Revere High School this morning to let State Police and local drug-sniffing dogs go through the school.
The move comes a week after officials found what might have been a bag of fentanyl at the school.
In a message to parents around 10 a.m., Principal Christopher Bowen said the sweep was not aimed at arrests, and was not an emergency situation, but to let administrators know if there were any more drugs sitting in the school.
The School Department will inform the wider community of next steps resulting from this protective sweep. Our goal with these sweeps is to provide timely and tailored support to any individual found to need assistance in this regard.
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