SHERMAN, Texas (KTEN) — A Dillingham Elementary School student brought a gun to campus Monday, according to the Sherman Independent School District.

"The student brought the gun to show classmates because it was 'cool,' but did not intend to harm anyone," according to a letter to parents from Principal Steven Traw.

Traw went on to say that no one was hurt and students were unaware the incident even occurred.

"The student has been removed from campus and disciplinary action will be taken according to the Sherman ISD Code of Conduct and any applicable state or federal law," the district said in a statement to KTEN News.