8-year-old Slashes Fellow Students

Isnembe Secondary School pupils praying for a school hall to protect them from the elements

Isnembe Secondary School pupils praying for a school hall to protect them from the elements

On Monday, the Sauk Rapids police were summoned to the Pleasantview Elementary School after an 8-year-old boy attacked three of his classmates with a kitchen knife. After putting his backpack away, the second-grade student took out a knife and slashed three students with it, the superintendent said. In the last academic session, Prahalad Saho had passed Class-11 examination and he was looking forward to complete his school education by doing continued hard labour works along with regular study.

The suspect was taken into custody by Sauk Rapids police, interviewed and has since been released to his parents. He was released to his parents due to his age. School officials immediately called police and an ambulance. Current and former students joined together on April 15 at Morgan's Wonderland in San Antonio to recognize the school's eight years of specialized service to children with autism.

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A number of armed police were despatched to the school in the town of Ishøj near Copenhagen after the student, who was previously expelled from the school, reportedly made the threats.

The chief says he doesn't know if the boy had been bullied or had mental health issues.

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One of the injured children is a seventh-grader who was waiting to catch a transfer bus. Sauk Rapids police declared that they are not going to press charges, the child needing counseling and guidance rather than jail. "We're not sure exactly why he came to school with a knife", Chief Perry Beise said. Pleasantview has 720 students in kindergarten through fifth grade, according to the school district's website.

The incident took place in the hallway as students were heading to class.

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