Parents of students who attend Phineas Davis K-8 school are invited to ask questions of York City administrators Monday about a violent outburst in the school's lobby that triggered a lockdown Thursday.

The meeting is scheduled for 4 p.m. in the Davis auditorium at 300 S. Ogontz St., district Superintendent Eric Holmes said.

Holmes said he will be joined by the school's principal, Lulu Thomas, and York City Police Chief Wes Kahley.

"It's an opportunity for Davis parents to hear from me and hear from Chief Kahley," Holmes said.

York City Police arrested Eric Schelmety at Davis on Wednesday for allegedly threatening to murder and shoot people inside the school, according to charging documents.

Schelmety was told he was no longer allowed on school property, documents state. But he ignored the warning and returned the next day, prompting a school lockdown and leading to initial mistaken reports that he had fired a gun inside the school, police said.

With additional police on campus, classes were held at all district schools Friday.

"Everything is running according to its normal schedule," Holmes said Friday afternoon. "We're answering any questions that (students) have."

Teams of counselors are visiting Davis classrooms and meeting with students in small groups, Holmes said.

Anyone who needs one-on-one counseling is being provided that service, he said.

If a potential snowstorm cancels classes Monday, the meeting with parents will be rescheduled for 4 p.m. Tuesday, Holmes said.

-- Reach Erin James at ejames@yorkdispatch.com.