By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — About a half-dozen Woodland Hills High School students will be suspended after they got into fights.READ MORE: Charges Against Cletus Lee, North Braddock Mayor-Elect, Withdrawn
The fights happened Wednesday, and the superintendent said the school was placed on lockdown because another student not involved in the fight had a seizure.
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The lockdown allowed medics to get to that student safely, school leaders said. Police also responded as part of protocols. No one was arrested.
In a letter Wednesday night, the superintendent said, “due to credible threats” after the fight, the high school will move to virtual instruction on Thursday and Friday.MORE NEWS: PTL Links: Dec. 2, 2021
“After today’s events, we are reevaluating our safety and security protocols in regard to student discipline and communication,” the letter from Superintendent James Harris said.