Officers had their hand full at the corner of Tiny Town Road and Clearwater Drive Thursday. Four officers entered a home on Quicksilver Court to investigate a shooting.
Hazelwood Elementary School was locked down as a safety precaution and students were later able to move from class to class during a modified lockdown, according to Elise Shelton, Clarksville Montgomery County School System spokeswoman.
The situation was under control at 2:07 p.m., and students only had a 15-minute delay in dismissal, Shelton
Ryver said CMCSS
kept parents informed, and she
was thankful to be in the know as the situation unfolded.
Students at Hazelwood Elementary were dismissed from school 15 minutes late due to the shooting, according to Elise Shelton, spokesperson for Clarksville Montgomery County School System.
An email was sent to parents and students were dismissed from school at 3:15 p.m., she
The exterior doors are locked, but students are able to move about the building and conduct classes, according to Elise Shelton, spokesperson for CMCSS.
School Resource Officers (SRO) are escorting parents and students if students need to leave.
Dismissal is scheduled for 3 p.m, but school officials are unsure at this time if there will be dismissal at 3 p.m.
Students who live in the locked down neighborhood may not be able to return to their homes until the situation is cleared, Shelton
Hazelwood Elementary School has been locked down, according to Elise Shelton, spokeswoman at the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System.
is adjacent to the neighborhood where the shooting occurred.
"Nothing has happened at the school," Shelton