After two incidents at Sandy Run Middle School involving students from St. Mary’s Villa, parents have been concerned about the students and the school.
Upper Dublin Police Detective Mike Scarpato, told Patch that in both incidents, one during lunch on Thursday and one during the early morning on Friday, did not involve weapons and the school was never on lock down at any point.
The incident on Thursday involved two female students who were shouting and fighting. The students were removed from the school and will be charged with disorderly conduct for the disruption at the school.
The incident Friday morning involved four students from St. Mary’s and four students from Sandy Run Middle School. Scarpato said the incident is still under investigation, after the investigation charges will be filed.
However, he told Patch that the incident is a hang over from Thursday’s disruption, and when the students met at the school this morning, fighting and shouting ensued.
“It’s a big deal…but not as big a deal as people are making it out to be,” said Scarpato.
There have been three incidents at the middle school since March involving students from St. Mary’s.