There was a bullet found in a classroom in West Seneca at Allendale Elementary School.

This weekend, officials spent time trying to figure out which student the bullet came from. They were successful and said reassured families that there is no threat to the school or students. Superintendent Matthew Bystrak said

The source of the bullet has been identified, and we feel that we can safely say that there is no threat to the school.Bystrak could not identify the student who brought it to school and didn't want to implicate anyone who came forward. He said that credible information and police work led them to quickly identify that child, according to WGRZ.

The district called parents of the students to alert them of the situation and officials will be on hand Tuesday at the school to answer questions.