Lockdown at Gravette Schools after Shooting Two Blocks Away

Parents urged not to try and pick up children until police give the all clear in the area.
GRAVETTE, AR - Four public schools in Gravette are on lockdown after a shooting two blocks from the campus.

The school superintendent tells Fox 16 News sister station KNWA in Fayetteville that the lockdown is only a precaution.

According to the superintendent's office, Glenn Duffy Elementary, Upper Elementary, Gravette Middle School & the High School are the schools on lockdown.

Gravette Police say a man has been shot and the gunman is still on the loose.

The school is asking parents NOT to try and pick up their children.

Once officers give the all clear, the school says it will release students to parents and the buses will run as usual.
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