Virginia middle school students formed a “fight club” hosted by a few parents: principals
Middle school students in Loudoun County, Virginia have started “fight clubs” that include groups, wagers and challenges, and some parents are aware that the fights take place in their homes, the principal said.
J Michael Lunsford Middle School According to Fox 5 DC, Principal Carrie Simms warned in a letter to families that these fights took place in the school’s hallways and toilets.
Simms also said there were fights among some students‘ Homes with parental knowledge.
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“Many parents are well aware of their children’s involvement, some harboring it in their garages or basements,” Simms wrote. “If your kids create TikToks and Instagram pages with Lunsford’s name on them and then try to have those fights in our hallways and bathrooms, we will take action.”
The principal said the school went through a “reset” on Friday, during which students came in and reported directly to the counseling center and were not given the usual 20 minutes of free time in the morning to socialize.
“Unfortunately, some students created a very unsafe situation for everyone and we needed to be able to calmly begin our education for the day,” Simms said in the letter.
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Loudoun County Public Schools spokesman Dan Adams told Fox 5 DC that “violent behavior, fighting and promoting it on social media have no place in our school community.”
“We take matters affecting the physical and emotional safety of our students and staff seriously and will continue to increase our efforts to nurture a culture of kindness, inclusivity and validation for every member of our student body and staff,” he said.