NAMPA — An East Valley Middle School student was pulled out of class Thursday when a staff member received a tip that the student was carrying a weapon on school grounds, Nampa school district spokeswoman Kathleen Tuck said.
When the staff member asked the student about it, Tuck said the student cooperated and told the employee they had a BB gun in their backpack, which the employee then located. Tuck said no students were harmed during the incident, and there was no indication that the student had any plan involving the BB gun.
Tuck did not reveal the student’s name, gender or age and could not comment on any disciplinary action being taken following the incident. She said that the school district takes these situations seriously, and that the school is informing parents about the incident.