President Joe Biden’s weak border policy continues to hit new lows every day, with new reports showing illegal immigrants breaching middle schools near the southern border.

Recently, Santa Teresa Middle School, a middle school in New Mexico records migrants walking onto its campus twice.

Gadsden Superintendent Travis Dempsey said that the first incident which occurred at Santa Teresa Middle School happened on March 20.

The second, which happened on Wednesday, prompted the campus to go on lockdown for a period of twenty minutes. The incident also resulted in the arrest of six migrants by the federal Border Patrol agents.

According to the Border Patrol, the school was placed on lockdown, and agents from the El Paso Border Patrol sector were dispatched and apprehended the migrants.

“Being that those schools are so close to the border and the proximity of the border, these events happen weekly,” Border Patrol representative Refugio Socorro said. “Whether it’s a school, private property or a house, or anything, they jump into those locations just trying to escape our apprehensions.”

According to a local news outlet, school officials worked in collaboration with the Sunland Park Police Department until the situation was safe. The Sunland police department also allocated two officers to remain on campus to ensure safety.

“We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to the U.S. Border Patrol agents and the officers of the Sunland Park Police Department for their swift and professional response to this situation,” the school wrote in the statement. “Thanks to their efforts, the safety and security of our students and staff were maintained throughout the incident.”

In a report, CBP officials said that Border Patrol agents assigned to the Santa Teresa Station made the apprehensions in the early morning hours on Wednesday outside Santa Teresa Middle School.

Officials located the migrants following a tip-off from an undisclosed on-site law enforcement agency.

Illegal immigrants encountered at the southern border have increased annually under the Biden administration. The figures went from 126,000 in fiscal year 2021 to 144,000 and 171,000 in years 2022 and 2023.