STEM School in Highlands Ranch was under lockdown after shots were fired on Tuesday afternoon.
UPDATED on May 8 at 4:22p.m.:
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The Douglas County Sheriff's Department has reported that one student has died following a shooting at a school in Highlands Ranch. The student has been identified as 18-year-old Kendrick Castillo.
It is with extreme sadness that we can confirm that 1 student at the STEM School was killed in today’s #stemshooting incident. The immediate family has been notified. Douglas County Coroner Jill Romann has not officially identified the student is stating it’s an 18 year old male.— DC Sheriff (@dcsheriff) May 8, 2019
#BREAKING UPDATE:— CBSDenver (@CBSDenver) May 7, 2019
Littleton Adventist Hospital confirmed they have victims from the #stemshooting in Highlands Ranch. SkyRidge also says they have two victims in stable condition. https://t.co/zaLM5QID4H
Here's what we know on #StemShooting:— Jace Larson Denver7 (@jacelarson) May 7, 2019
8 injured. 2 shooters in custody.
Children’s hospital has 1 patient in good condition.
Littleton Adventist has 5 patients. 4 serious and 1 fair condition. (from @MikaylaOrtega7)
Sky Ridge - 2 patients. Both juveniles. STABLE. (from @JGonTV)
Two suspects are in custody, and according to the sheriff's office, one is an adult male and the other a juvenile female. Suspects have been confirmed as students of STEM.
Unstable situation, shots fired at STEM school at Ridgeline and Plaza. Avoid area. Media go to north side of AMC— DC Sheriff (@dcsheriff) May 7, 2019
The STEM School educates 1,800 students in K-12 and is located off South Ridgeline Road and Plaza Drive.