A shooter at Troutdale’s Reynolds High School is dead, according to officials with the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office.
Around 100 law enforcement officers, tactical teams and medical personnel are in the process of evacuating students and staff.
No one else is known to have died in the shooting, though at least one teacher was reportedly injured.
Parents are being asked to reunite with their children at the Wood Village Fred Meyer at NE 223rd and NE Glisan.
Parents began arriving at the school around 8:45 a.m., despite officers requesting they stay away for the moment. Officers are telling parents to meet with evacuated students at the Safeway on 242nd and Cherry Park.
A student still within the school tweeted just after 9 a.m. that while some students had been evacuated, “most” are still on lockdown.
One student told a parent the shooting began in the school’s gymnasium, though police have not been able to confirm specific details. Rumors of a shot teacher have also been unconfirmed.
About 2,800 students attend the school.
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