Update 10:48 A.M.: The lockdown at David Hill CLC ended at 10:23 A.M. with no problems reported.
David Hill Community Learning Center in Akron is on lockdown. There are no students in immediate danger, according to district spokesman Mark Williamson, but building administrators believe the lockdown was necessary as a precaution.
"The mother of one of the students called, expressing a concern that a family member, we think maybe the father, of one of the children at the school, may be heading in the direction of Akron," said Williamson.
There are unconfirmed reports that the man is a suspect in a criminal matter in the Cleveland area. Williamson says concern at David Hill is precautionary. The school began lockdown mode around 9:00 A.M.
"They want to make sure as a pre-preemptive measure that the school is impenetrable, just in case somebody does want to come into the school for some reason that's not healthy and not good," said Williamson.
Williamson says police are involved and the school will remain in lockdown mode until the situation is resolved.