Student suspended after bringing knife to Baker High
BAKER - A local high school student is being disciplined after bringing a knife to campus last week.
Superintendent Herman Brister says the incident happened Jan. 15 at Baker High School. School officials say faculty caught a student carrying a blade around 7:30 a.m.
The principal suspended the student involved. The school system says the teen will at least face in-school suspension.
A hearing was held Wednesday to discuss the incident.
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