"We are incredibly saddened that we had a loss of life on one of our campuses", Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Superintendent Dr. Clayton Wilcox said.
Neither Wilcox nor Tyrrell said which student was being bullied. "What would parents have said to us if we let kids run out and didn't know where they were?"
ABC-11 reports that Butler's principal told parents of the incident in a phone message.
The shooting occurred around 7 a.m., shortly before classes started. Three other officers were on scene within minutes, he said. Speaking to WSOC-TV, a witness to the shooting, Jorge Sanchez, said that, "As [McKeithan] was walking away, he was shot in the back". He said the school system was reviewing its security procedures. Counseling is available to any student or staff who wishes to speak to someone.
North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper said in a statement Monday afternoon that something must be done.
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The school is located just outside Charlotte at 1810 Matthews-Mint Hill Road. I want to extend my deepest condolences to the family and friends of this young man, and to everyone affected at Butler High School. Some were accompanied by their parents.
Authorities said the shooting was "believed to be an isolated incident" and that the scene was secured by police. "I have friends that they're home safe", Gloston said. The statement added that classes would continue for students who remain on campus.
A lockdown was lifted at the school Monday morning and parents were allowed to pick up their children.
"Parents, like, stormed the building", sophomore James Kelly said.
Keeping firearms out of schools has become an urgent issue across the country since a suspect killed 17 in a shooting rampage at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, in February. She said, "I left because of the bullying and the fights". Teachers were told to finish out the day, according to Tracy Russ, chief communications officer for the school district.