A Stambaugh Charter Academy student allegedly threatened to shoot people according to a report from Youngstown police.

According to the report, officers were called to Stambaugh Academy Wednesday for an incident involving a sixth-grade student.

Police say the fifth and sixth grade Dean told police that a child made threats to shoot up the school.

Reports say the student was escorted out of the classroom due to her erratic and aggressive behavior.

Police say the student was notified that she would be sent home for the remainder of the day.

According to the report, a school counselor escorted her to get her things when she allegedly said to him that if she was expelled that she would return with a shotgun and shoot people.

Reports say the student said that she would also shoot her substitute teacher in the face.

A spokeswoman on behalf of Stambaugh Charter Academy sent this statement to 21 News regarding the situation:

Providing a safe and secure learning environment for our scholars is one of our highest priorities. School leadership was made aware of an isolated situation. They acted immediately and called local law enforcement officials to investigate the matter. At no time were students in any danger. Student privacy laws prevent me from sharing specific details.