Support staff will be available again Friday at Shelton High School (SHS) to help students, faculty and others deal with the death today of sophomore Kristjan Ndoj. The 15-year-old died Thursday morning in the hospital from gun shot wounds suffered Saturday night in Shelton. The shooting incident remains under police investigation. Beth Smith, SHS headmaster, said late Thursday afternoon that she had been informed of Kristjan Ndoj\u2019s death earlier in the day by the police. Smith said she then told school staff and students of the teenager\u2019s death in the early afternoon. \u2018A very emotional time for us\u2019 \u201cOur entire school community is deeply saddened,\u201d said Smith, speaking at a press conference outside the high school with other education officials, police representatives and a Ndoj family spokesman. She described the situation as being \u201ca very emotional time for us.\u201d Smith said the necessary resources will be made available through crisis teams to support and comfort students and other members of the school community. \u201cMy focus today and in the days ahead is for the safety of the students,\u201d she said. No threats involving the school Police officials and Smith have emphasized that there is no threat involving the high school. During her comments, Smith specifically referred to the crime as \u201ca community incident,\u201d an apparent reference to the fact that it didn\u2019t take place on the school campus. The shooting occurred at about 8:45 p.m. on Saturday in a driveway on Agawam Trail, a road in Shelton\u2019s Pine Rock neighborhood. The location of the crime is not near any school. A focus on students Shelton School Supt. Freeman described the situation as \u201cobviously a somber time\u201d in the education community and the Shelton community at large. Burr thanked SHS administrators for how they have handled the difficult situation, focusing on the needs of students at the school. \u201cWe will continue to support our students,\u201d he said.