According to a letter posted on the North Rose-Wolcott school’s website, a hunting rifle and ammunition were recovered from a students car Thursday.
According to Superintendent Stephan Vigliotti, a staff member heard students talking about hunting and that one of the students had quote, something in his car. The firearm and ammunition were recovered by the district’s School Resource Officer that works out of the Wayne County Sheriff’s Department. No threats were made at any time and the firearm never left the vehicle until it was recovered by the SRO.
Vigliotti says the investigation is ongoing and the district will take appropriate action.
On Wednesday, police were called to the district’s middle school for the report of a shot fired. After a search of the school and area, nothing was found.