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CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio – UPDATE: CHUH spokesperson Angee Shaker says the principal announced there was not a real safety concern but many did not hear that part of the announcement.

A Cleveland Heights High School principal was placed on paid administrative leave April 3 after failing to announce the recording of a safety video was a drill.

Principal Johnetta Wiley made an announcement over the school’s PA system before school started April 2 that a shooter was currently in the building.

However, this was just a drill. There was no shooter in the building.

 

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Cleveland Heights High School Principal on Leave Following Drill  was originally published on wzakcleveland.com

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