A knife was found on a Spring ISD bus Friday morning, according to district officials.
In a letter sent to parents, the district said a Twin Creeks Middle School sixth-grader showed a knife to some students on the bus on their way to school.
Spring ISD said students who had seen the knife told a teacher who was on duty at the school.
The student who brought the knife was immediately taken to the office.
The knife was left on the bus, and was quickly removed by the proper authorities.
“We want to commend the students who reported this incident,” said Twin Creeks Middle School principal Dr. Walter Hunt. “Please encourage your student to report anything that might be a danger. Let’s work together to keep our schools safe.”