The identity of the student that brought a bullet to school is not being revealed; however, Diana Gulotta, superintendent for communication in the Hazelwood School District did discuss what his or her fate could be.
"We cannot legally share specifics (regarding the student's specific punishment), she said, "but I can give you a range of punishment for that offense, which is 10 days out of school suspension up to expulsion."
School officials conducted locker searches with Hazelwood Police Department assistance.
HWMS principal Tony Brooks sent out an email to parents following the admittance reminding parents about what is appropriate for school premises.
To read more about this situation and HWMS see:
- Bullet Found in Hazelwood West Middle School Hallway
- West Middle Student Confesses to Bringing Bullet to School
- Hazelwood Middle School SAIL Students Visit Smoky Mountains
- Hazelwood West Middle School Students Learn the Art of Afro-Brazilian Martial Arts
- Three Teens To Be Charged in Attempted Sexual Assault at Hazelwood West Middle School
- After Assault Attempt, West Middle Begins Recovery
- Hazelwood West Middle School Forming A Safe School Committee
- Hazelwood West Middle School's Principal Leaving HSD
- Gabrielle Jackson Found Alive in California
- Hazelwood West Middle School Holds Yard Sale