A Vermont school was locked down Friday morning after ammunition was found on a school bus.
School officials at Hazen Union School sent an email to parents saying some shotgun shells were found on a bus. The incident was investigated and the lockdown has since been lifted.
School officials indicate they believe the shells were related to hunting activity. They remind parents and students that bringing any weapons to school, even accidentally, is against the law and school rules. The email urges parents to be diligent in cleaning out packs and pockets when returning from a hunting trip.