[VIDEO] Texas Teens Accused Of Forming Mob To Beat Up A Principal
Students at a Spring, Texas High School are accused of forming a mob and severely beating up their Assistant Principal sending her to the hospital.
School faculty say this isn't the first time that violence has erupted on campus and that they are no longer feel safe working at the school.
The incident happened at Westfield High School in Spring, Texas at the school’s 9th Grade Center. Witnesses say she was attempting to break up a fight between a group of students when they suddenly focused their aggression to the Assistant Principal. They knocked her down to the ground, began kicking her, and pulling her hair.
A teacher who didn't want to be identified for fear of fear of retaliation from Spring Independent School District, told KPRC:
It broke my heart. It makes me want to cry. She loves those kids. She is the nicest person. She’s the best administrator that we have at Westfield High School.
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Family members don't know how long the Assistant Principal will be in the hospital. The attack has left her with severe head pain and she currently can't talk after the attack.
The Spring Independent School District released a statement that reads in part:
All students involved in the altercation will be subject to the full extent of disciplinary action available. We take these issues very seriously as the safety of our students and staff is our highest priority. There will be no tolerance for any altercations or disruptions to learning.