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Deputies find dab pens in local schools

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) -Finding solutions to problems. That’s what Bay County Sheriff’s Deputies do daily. Deputy Stephen Pettijohn, created a program to educate, educators about a growing problem... the use of “dab” pens containing illegal marijuana extract which he said are being used more and more by students in our area.
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SchoolWatch: Henley High School evacuated due to 'perceived threat'

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — School administrators evacuated Henley High School near Klamath Falls on Thursday due to a "perceived threat," according to the Klamath County School District. The school was evacuated around 1 p.m. on Thursday. Officials said that as soon as the school became aware of the potential threat,...
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Killeen Daily Herald

Third-grader allegedly distributed bullets at KISD school

A third-grade Cavazos Elementary School student was disciplined after the student allegedly distributed ammunition to classmates at the Nolanville school Wednesday, school officials said. Cavazos Elementary School Principal Yanitzie Oquendo released the following notification to parents through the district’s blackboard system Wednesday evening:. “Parents, I would like to make you...

Bed bugs reported in several Fairmont schools

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – Two Marion County High Schools are dealing with bug issues. Staff and students from Fairmont Senior High School were told to check themselves for bed bugs after they leave school. Superintendent of Marion County Schools Donna Hage said they received a report that Fairmont Senior High School...

Police use pepper spray to break up Louisiana school fight; 14 students arrested

More than a dozen students at a Louisiana high school were arrested after a fight Thursday, Caddo Parish Sheriff Steve Prator said. Around 3 p.m., the school resource officer assigned to Southwood High School, Cpl. Calvin Williams, responded to a fight at the campus courtyard in front of the student center. At one point, Williams called for backup and at least nine deputies came to help.

Possible hazing incident being investigated at Pojoaque High School

POJOAQUE, N.M. — The Santa Fe County Sheriff's office is investigating a possible hazing incident at a school in northern New Mexico. The hazing incident allegedly occurred at Pojoaque High School and involves some members from the football team, according to the sheriff's office. Authorities at Pojoaque Schools received an anonymous complaint through a text message.
Lowell Sun

Lowell High student accused of bringing BB gun to school

LOWELL — A Lowell High student found in possession of a BB gun on school grounds on Sept. 10 was arrested by police, according to school administrators. In a letter sent to students and their families the day of the BB gun’s discovery, Lowell High Head of School Michael Fiato said school administration “received concerning information” at the end of the school day about a student possibly in possession of a weapon and contacted Lowell Police to investigate.
Centre Daily

After school worker cuts biracial girl’s hair, Michigan parent sues for $1 million

Six months after a 7-year-old girl’s hair was cut by a school worker without her parent’s permission, her father has sued the Michigan school district. Jimmy Hoffmeyer seeks $1 million from Mount Pleasant Public Schools, alleging it violated his biracial daughter’s constitutional rights. Two staffers at Ganiard Elementary School were also named in the lawsuit, in which the father makes racial discrimination and ethnic intimidation accusations.

Viral Trend On TikTok Encourages Students To Damage School Property, Steal

SANTA CLARITA (CBSLA) – A new trend on the social media platform, TikTok, is encouraging students to steal from their schools and damage property on campus. Now, two local school districts have sent out memos deterring kids from doing it. The destructive stunt, known as the “bathroom challenge” encourages students to trash school bathrooms, film it, and put it on TikTok for likes and follows. Students have been seen in some videos stealing bathroom sinks and putting them in their backpacks. The trend has been catching on at Hart High School in Santa Clarita. “They’ve taken soap dispensers,” said Anthony Sosa, a student. “And now the bathrooms are closed.” The principal of the school sent an email to parents asking them to speak to students about how dangerous and costly the trend is. At Foothill High School in Santa Ana, school administrators are asking parents to discourage this type of behavior and even asking them to return any items students might have stolen.

TikTok challenge damaging Grand Blanc high school bathrooms

GRAND BLANC, Mich. (WJRT) - A Mid-Michigan school district is taking action after a new TikTok challenge calls for students to damage school property. The challenge involves students posting videos damaging school bathrooms. Grand Blanc High School Principal Mike Fray says it’s been happening at their school. He says over...

Northwest Rankin High School unveils new complex

FLOWOOD, Miss. (WJTV) – On Thursday, Rankin County Schools officially unveiled a new expansion of Northwest Rankin High School. The high school is an expansion to the campus that covers more than 200,000 square feet and spans more than 67 acres. The facility now includes two business academies with a sales store and a coffee bar run by students.

School administrators in NH frustrated with pushback as they deal with COVID-19 clusters

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Many New Hampshire school district officials are expressing frustration as new data showed 28% of new cases on Thursday were in children. On Thursday, there were 23 COVID-19 clusters in schools across the state. Administrators are pointing to differences between this year and last that are making it more difficult to keep everyone safe.
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Some NKY students destroying school bathrooms for TikTok challenge

BOONE COUNTY, Ky. (WXIX) - A TikTok trend called “devious licks” has some Northern Kentucky students destroying the bathrooms at their schools. Campbell County Middle School and Camp Ernst Middle School are two places seeing dealing with the viral trend. The “devious licks” trend challenges students to go to the...