INCLINE VILLAGE, NV (CBS SF/AP) – A wandering black bear has prompted a precautionary lockdown at a high school on Lake Tahoe’s North Shore.

Officials at Incline High School ordered the “Code Yellow” lockdown when the bear was spotted on the school’s campus about 9:15 a.m. Wednesday.

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Washoe County school district spokeswoman Victoria Campbell says the bear is not threatening anyone and classes are continuing as normal.

Nevada Department of Wildlife officials are monitoring the situation.

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NDOW spokesman Chris Healy says the same thing happens every year just about this time as bears seek additional food in preparation for winter hibernation.

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