Police Called in Early Morning Fight at Sandy Run Middle School
Charges have been filed against two students who had just started taking classes, administrators say.
Staff at Sandy Run Middle School had to break up a fight between two students in the building's main office this morning, according to an e-mail sent out to parents.
The fight began at roughly 8:15 a.m. Wednesday morning and school administration, staff and a security guard worked quickly to resolve to situation "within minutes," the e-mail said.
No students were in harms way at any time, the message said.
Upper Dublin Police were then notfied and charges have been filed, SRMS principal Denise Falconi told Patch. In addition, the students are currently suspended and are facing possible expulsion.
Falconi said the students are in the eighth-grade and that they are from another school, and only started classes at Sandy Run this week.