Student stabbed at Sierra Oaks school in Sacramento County, district says

A seventh-grade student was stabbed Thursday morning by another student at Sierra Oaks K-8 school in Sacramento County, the San Juan Unified School District said. Both students involved in the incident are seventh graders, the district said. Authorities said the stabbing happened around 9 am when a female attacked another female with a household knife. The girl who was stabbed was taken to a hospital. Authorities said her wounds were non-life-threatening. The other student with the knife has been taken to juvenile hall by Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office deputies. The school is in the Arden-Arcade area.KCRA 3 obtained the letter the school sent to families saying the school day will continue, but parents and guardians may pick up their students. It also said support to all students.” to all students in our counseling room,” the letter read.The school said it will work with law enforcement and the district safety team to investigate the incident. This story is developing. Stay with KCRA 3 for the latest.

A seventh-grade student was stabbed Thursday morning by another student at Sierra Oaks K-8 school in Sacramento County, the San Juan Unified School District said.

Both students involved in the incident are seventh graders, the district said. Authorities said the stabbing happened around 9 am when a female attacked another female with a household knife.

The girl who was stabbed was taken to a hospital. Authorities said her wounds were non-life-threatening.

The other student with the knife has been taken to juvenile hall by Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office deputies.

The school is in the Arden-Arcade area.

KCRA 3 obtained the letter the school sent to families saying the school day will continue, but parents and guardians may pick up their students. It also said counseling support is available to all students.

“The incident took established place during passing periods and may have been made available by many of our middle school students while our other students have likely begun to hear about the incident. We have counseling support to all students in our counseling room,” the letter read.

The school said it will work with law enforcement and the district safety team to investigate the incident.

This story is developing. Stay with KCRA 3 for the latest.

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