CLOQUET, Minn. (AP) — An Ojibwe school in northeastern Minnesota is on lockdown.

WDIO-TV reports Fond du Lac Ojibwe School in Cloquet confirmed that the school is on lockdown Friday.

The Cloquet Police Department says the scene is still active, and authorities are advising people to stay away. Multiple law enforcement agencies were responding to the scene.

No details about what prompted the lockdown were immediately available. The school principal did not immediately respond to a voice message left by The Associated Press.

Many Minnesota schools are closed for the Minnesota Educator Academy Conference, but the Fond du Lac school’s calendar indicates regular classes were in session Friday.