Thursday, during a routine search by campus administrators with Trinity Independent School District contractor, Interquest Detection Canines, a box of .40 caliber shells were found in a vehicle. Additionally, two .22 caliber casings were alerted on and found in another vehicle. As a precautionary matter and in order to ensure the continued safety of the students at Trinity High School and Trinity Middle School, both campuses were “locked down.” Trinity Police Chief, Steve Jones, was contacted immediately and assisted administrators with an investigation. The students at issue cooperated with authorities, and no weapons were found on school property. Upon confirmation that the District was secure, the campuses resumed normal operations. The District takes these matters seriously and has taken the necessary action to continue to ensure that it provides a safe and secure learning environment for its students.