The Cleveland Heights High School principal was placed on paid administrative leave for one day after students and teachers thought a gunman was in the building.
School officials say Principal Johnetta Wiley was among a group involved in putting together an approved school safety video.
The group was taping before school started last Wednesday, and part of the taping included an announcement that a gunman was in the building.
Several people did not hear a prior announcement about the taping, and ran screaming from the building.
The incident remains under investigation and school officials are taking steps to make sure this type of miscommunication does not happen again.
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