High School Brawl Prompts Dayton Schools to Increase Security | There has been a string of retaliations between two groups of teens in Dayton, mostly stemming from a recent homicide (campussafetymagazine). https://wp.me/p97JNV-1Ck
According to Superintendent Elizabeth Lolli, the fight was prompted by “something outside of school that happened over the weekend,” reports WHIO. That incident happened at a party the previous weekend involving a Dunbar High School student and Thurgood Marshall student, reports the Dayton Daily News.
On May 17, some Dunbar students showed up at Thurgood Marshall as the school was dismissing classes for the day. Several students tackled each other and threw punches. A school security officer and two other campus employees tried to intervene, reports the Dayton Daily News. (read more)