Kosciusko School District releases statement on student found with weapon at high school

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Kosciusko School District Supertintendent Dr. Zach Bost released the following statement Wednesday concerning at incident where a student was found to have a weapon at the high school.

“On Wednesday, November 15, it was reported to the KHS administration that a student was in possession of a weapon on the KHS campus. The weapon was immediately recovered from the student. All safety measures were taken. The Kosciusko School District, in conjunction with local law enforcement, is following established district disciplinary procedures. All students are safe and KHS staff and students finished the school day without interruption.”

No additional details have been released at the time of this report.

3 comments
  1. Stephanie
    Stephanie
    November 16, 2023 at 12:06 PM

    Omg!!! We need to put God back in all the schools, because without him we can’t and we won’t make it!!! KHS is a great school too. Administrator need to boost up security. May God continue to bless and keep them all!!!!

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  2. Jackie
    Jackie
    November 17, 2023 at 2:29 AM

    I agree with Stephanie. Prayer back in schools. Bullying causes kids to bring weapons to schools.

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  3. Kaybrazy
    Kaybrazy
    November 30, 2023 at 10:26 AM

    While I agree God needs to be brought back into the school I’m a student here and they worry more about kids being on their phones than this. All this week all they’ve done is push more restrictions on phones when a kid literally brought a gun to school its crazy

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