(KTXL) — A girl was stabbed by another girl at the Encina High School campus in Arden-Arcade on Tuesday morning, according to the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office.

The sheriff’s office said the incident happened after 10 a.m. and that the victim was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

On Wednesday, the sheriff’s office shared that on May 2, 2022 the two girls got in a fight at Encina High School.

The same suspect stabbed the same victim in the previous fight and the suspect was sent to juvenile hall, had to pay restitution to the victim, was placed on probation and was expelled from Encina High School.

The suspect was released from from custody on Tuesday and found the victim on the high schools campus while school was in session.

She found the victim and stabbed them several times with a knife before a staff member was able to disarm her. The suspect was arrested by the sheriff’s office.

According to the school district, Encina High School and Katherine Johnson Middle School were placed on a precautionary lockdown through the end of the school day.

Tuesday was Encina’s last day of the school year and students were supposed to have an early release time around 1 p.m., district officials said.

The district said students will be dismissed on time and they must be picked up in front of each of the schools.

“Students should be picked up at the front of each of the schools (and not through side exists,)” a message on the district’s website said. “Families who wish to pick up their student earlier than the dismissal time may do so by going to the school office and providing proper identification.”