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In a letter to parents, Pearsall ISD Superintendent Dr. Nobert Rodriguez confirmed that a PJHS student was found on campus in possession of a bb gun on Monday, August 30.
“Earlier today, a junior high student was found to be in possession of a bb gun while at school,” a statement from the superintendent said. “This incident was addressed properly and appropriate action was taken immediately. At no time, were any of our students in danger.
“Our main goal at Pearsall ISD is to ensure a safe environment for everyone. Throughout the year, we will participate in safety and security drills at each campus. Additionally, we will conduct frequent checks inside and outside our school facilities. We also feel that it is important to keep our school-community stakeholders well informed.”
The superintendent also sought assistance from parents in monitoring what their children might possibly be bringing to classes.
“We ask all parents to continue monitoring the items their children bring to school,” he said. “We will continue to work towards ensuring that all of our students have a safe learning environment and that students feel safe at school.
“We thank you for your continuous support as we work together to help our children succeed in school and in life.”