On the second day of the school year, a Rocklin High student brought a gun to school. He was arrested by police and nobody was harmed.
David Bills, the principal of Rocklin High School, released a statement to the press regarding the situation and how it was handled.
According to the release, a 14-year-old student showed another person a hand gun around 15 minutes after the school day ended on Wednesday. The school immediately contacted the Rocklin Police Department.
Police investigated, and confirmed that a boy did indeed have a hand gun on campus that day.
The student was arrested soon after police confirmed his actions.
According to a Rocklin High parent, the school sent out an automated recording Wednesday night from the school explaining what happened just before the school announced it publicly.