Recent video has emerged on social media that reveals scores of high schoolers rumbling with police at Robert E. Lee High School.
Social engineers prefer to dismiss over-the-top violence as altercations rather than full-scale brawls or riots. To do otherwise would contradict the starry-eyed, pixy-dust notion that diversity is our strength.
The "altercations" were reported April 17, 2015.
From Jacksonville.com we read:
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Security was beefed up at the school after the fights, which occurred before the start of school day. The school was not locked down.
The rumors prompted the high school’s principal to address the schools parents.
“Please know that safety is paramount to our efforts to provide quality teaching and learning,” Dean Ledford said. “As a result, we increased campus security today, following altercations occurring prior to the start of the school day. At no time was there a lock down or threat to our campus. While there were no injuries or arrests, we will strongly enforce our Code of Conduct and assign disciplinary action against all students involved. Please talk with your children about today and their role in contributing to the safety of our learning environment.”
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