Neshaminy High School students are resuming classes Monday after a brief lock down situation involving two students. An ambulance took one girl away in custody around noon for the altercation.
Shortly before 11 a.m., students and teachers were instructed to return to their classrooms amidst a fight. A group of students gathered around the girls as they dueled.
Despite rumors of knives, a Middletown Police officer at the scene clarified no weapons were involved and the school is completely safe. The officer also stated the lock down was called mostly to keep other students from getting involved and escalating the situation.
None of the students suffered serious injuries. The district sent out two emails to parents to inform them about the situation.