Conrad Elementary School received another call about a cougar sighting on March 8, 2018. (Black Press file photo)

Third cougar sighting for Conrad

Prince Rupert elementary school received a call reporting the cougar sighting, RCMP and COs notified

For the third time this year there has been a call to Conrad Elementary School about a cougar sighting.

“I can’t confirm. I didn’t see it, it was just a phone call,” said principal Kerri Levelton.

After receiving the call about the cougar sighting, Levelton said they’ve done the necessary measures by contacting the the school district office, the conservation office and RCMP.

Parents were notified at approximately 3 p.m. warning that they should be diligent and their kids should not walk home alone.

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