Bullet found inside Northeast Philadelphia high school classroom

Officials tell Action News that the bullet went through a third floor window sometime over the weekend.
PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- Philadelphia police are investigating after a bullet was found inside a high school classroom on Monday morning.

The discovery was made at the New Foundations Charter High School in Northeast Philadelphia.

In a letter obtained by Action News, parents were notified on Monday about the shooting investigation.

"A bullet hole was discovered in one of the windows of a third floor classroom on the Tulip Street side of the building. The bullet was still in the classroom, and police were immediately called," read a portion of the letter.

The incident happened sometime over the weekend.

No injuries were reported.

Philadelphia police say the investigation is active and ongoing.

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