An Oshkosh school resource officer and a student were injured at a Wisconsin high school Tuesday after the student armed with a weapon confronted the officer, police said.
There has been an officer involved shooting at Oshkosh West high school.
No innocents were harmed as a good guy with a gun shot an armed student Monday morning at Wisconsin's Waukesha High School.
On Tuesday, Waukesha School District superintendent credited its training and the quick work of the officer, students and staff, in minimizing injuries there. The student was hospitalized in stable condition, police said. The school resource officer promptly responded to a classroom and tried to secure the scene by getting other students to safety.
Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul, a Democrat, said the two shootings reinforced the need to identify troubled students and get them the mental health services they need to prevent violence before it occurs.
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Hours later, the school's 1,700 students were reunited with their parents at a nearby middle school.
The Oshkosh Police Department is investigating a comment that was made on social media implying a possible threat towards Oshkosh North High School.
A similar scenario unfolded Tuesday at Oshkosh West High School.
No other pupils besides the armed student were hurt in the incident. Authorities have not said if other students were in the classroom during the ensuing standoff. Armed school resource officers have rarely prevented a school shooting. Classes were canceled for the day and Wednesday at the high school.