BETHEL PARK (KDKA) — The Bethel Park School District says a student brought a knife to school Thursday.READ MORE: Chick-Fil-A Sets Limit On Sauce Amid Shortage
In a letter to parents, guardians and staff, Bethel Park High School Principal Zeb Jansante said the knife was confiscated from a high school student.READ MORE: COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 183 New Cases, 4 Additional Deaths
The knife was discovered when it fell out of the student’s pocket during class.
The student was removed from the classroom after the knife was confiscated. Jansante says the student did not threaten anyone with the knife.MORE NEWS: Man Arrested For Allegedly Shooting 23-Year-Old Pregnant Girlfriend In Wilkinsburg
Jansante says possession of these types of items is in direct violation of the Code of Student Conduct and the student will be subject to disciplinary action.