Drug dogs from the WV State Police reportedly did a search at Calhoun Middle-High School yesterday, with students being "locked-down" in classrooms for the sweep.

It was the second time in the past three months a sweep has happened at the school.

The earlier sweep was performed by the Calhoun Sheriff's Department.

Unofficially, no drugs have been found at the facility during either visit.

School officials have said the drug dogs come to the school unannounced to make the search, which appears to include school lockers and other public areas while students are held inside classrooms.

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