Ravena-Coeymans-Selkirk High School students were relocated to the middle school for a brief period of time this morning while State Police, Coeymans Police and the Albany Sheriff Department investigated an unattended bag. The bag was determined to be safe, and students returned to their regularly scheduled classes.
“We are proud of how our students and staff responded today,” said Superintendent Brian Bailey. “Their due diligence in adhering to our safety procedures was key to an efficient and safe response. We also want to thank the Albany County Sheriffs, State Police and Coeymans Police for their quick response and for assisting us in this matter.”