TRAVELERS REST, SC (WSPA) – A student had a pocket knife on a school bus in Greenville County, according to the school district.
Greenville County Schools says the second grade student from Heritage Elementary found the knife in her pencil case while she was on the bus.
The knife was reported to the bus driver immediately and the driver returned the bus to the school, according to the district.
Law enforcement and school administrators do not believe the child knew the knife was in her bag and don’t believe she had any intention of using it.
The district says the principal called all parents to inform them of the incident and officers do not believe students were in any danger.
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