A shocking video has gone viral on social media, depicting an incident of violence between two students at East Kentwood High School in Kentwood, Michigan. In the video, a male student can be seen repeatedly kicking a female student in the head and face while other students stand and watch.
The school administration is taking the incident very seriously and has initiated an investigation into the matter. Principal Omar Bakri sent a letter to parents addressing the incident, referring to it as “disturbing and unacceptable.” The school is working closely with the Kent County Sheriff’s Office and the Kentwood Safety Department to conduct a thorough investigation.
According to Principal Bakri’s letter, the fight occurred on Thursday, August 24, within the school premises. The video, which was shared on Facebook, quickly gained traction, being shared over 2,000 times within just two hours. In his letter, Principal Bakri assured parents that they are committed to uncovering the circumstances leading up to the incident and will take appropriate action to address the situation.
At this time, the cause of the fight remains under investigation.
This incident highlights the importance of school safety and the need for swift action in addressing violence on school grounds. It is essential for schools to foster an environment of respect and safety for all students. The consequences of such acts not only impact the individuals involved but also affect the entire school community.
As this is a developing story, stay tuned to 13 ON YOUR SIDE for further updates on the investigation.
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