BOSTON (WHDH) - The principal of the James F. Condon School in Boston sent a letter home to parents Tuesday to let them know that a student brought a knife to class.

Officials said they were made aware of the knife around 11 a.m. and a “potential threat to one other student,” according to the letter Principal Chrisholm sent out.

In a matter of minutes, police arrived at the school and recovered the knife. School officials said the student will face consequences as outlined in the BPS Code of Conduct. 

No further details were released.

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