By: Hannah Paczkowski
Jeremy Sousek came to school after second period to find police coming in and out of his school.
"I was really confused, didn't know what was going on and it was a big shock," he said.
Police say 16-year-old Sarah Piccolo stabbed another student in the girls' restroom. The victim was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries and Pius High School went under lock down for more than two hours.
"Our students in school are safe and they're doing well, we've followed a code red immediately and all of our teachers responded well, students were in their classrooms, locked doors, school is the safest place to be right now," Superintendent Jim Meysenburg said.
While students remained locked in their classrooms, the police searched the school for Sarah Piccolo.
The search continued after the lock down ended.
Police believed Piccolo was not in the school. She was last seen driving a gray 1992 Buick Park Avenue with the license plate number TJM 557.
"It would be in her benefit to contact us so that we don't have any problems with this," Captain. David Beggs said.
For some Pius students, closure could help them move on from the shock.
AND FOR SOME PIUS STUDENTS... CLOSURE COULD HELP THEM MOVE ON FROM THE SHOCK.
"This isn't what we stand for or how we should be acting," Sousek said.