A student was removed from Knappa High School Tuesday after making threatening remarks.
The student told an adult he was going to get a gun, come back to school and shoot himself, Superintendent Paulette Johnson said.
“The principal (Laurel Smalley) was pretty close to where the student was when he said it,” she said. “The student was gone within maybe 15 minutes.”
The school district removed the student and called law enforcement, and the student left with parents to seek counseling, Johnson said.