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Outrage as assistant principal is hospitalized after being beaten by mob of students in Texas school

The incident occurred at Westfield High School in Texas after the assistant principal tried to break up a fight
Video footage shows a group of students beating a female assistant principal in the hallway of the Westfield High School (@crimewithbobby/Twitter)
Video footage shows a group of students beating a female assistant principal in the hallway of the Westfield High School (@crimewithbobby/Twitter)

HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS: Students in ninth grade at Westfield High School are accused of forming a mob and beating an assistant principal after she tried to stop a brutal brawl between a group of students that took place on April 27. The teacher was beaten up so badly that led to head injuries and she had to be rushed to a hospital.

The father of the unidentified victim said they are unsure of the time she will be in the hospital and noted she is suffering from serious head pain, reports DailyMail. While an anonymous teacher at Westfield High School recounted the incident to Click 2 Houston and said, "Three or four other kids jumped in on her. Just pummelled her to the ground, and they started kicking her and pulling her hair. She loves those kids. She is the nicest person, and she’s the best administrator that we have at Westfield Highschool.” "It broke my heart. It makes me want to cry," expressed the teacher. The incident comes after Abigail Zwerner, a first-grade teacher in Virginia, got shot by a six-year-old student in her class at the Richneck Elementary School in January 2023, but fortunately, survived. Another similar incident took place where a 17-year-old autistic student, identified as Brendan Depa, was accused of beating a teacher's aide.


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Spring ISD states, 'There will be no tolerance for any altercations'

The Spring Independent School District released a statement confirming the teacher had been transported to a hospital following "an altercation" that "occurred between multiple students at Westfield High School 9th Grade Center." The statement read, "This morning, an altercation occurred between multiple students at Westfield High School 9th Grade Center, resulting in a precautionary hold. School administrators and police officers were able to intervene and stop the fighting quickly, and identify students involved for discipline. As a result of the incident, a staff member was transported to a nearby hospital for treatment. All students involved in the altercation will be subject to the full extent of disciplinary action available. We take these issues very seriously as the safety of our students and staff is our highest priority. There will be no tolerance for any altercations or disruptions to learning.”

However, many staff members were quick to react. One of them said that the statement is not true and teachers do not feel safe. The individual said, "When you call for help to the front office, nobody ever shows up," and that the entire campus only has two officers. “We don’t feel safe. Faculty don’t feel safe… if the parents knew how unsafe the inside of the school is, they would be upset," the teacher said.

Following the brutal encounter, many netizens expressed their dissapointment. One wrote, "Expulsion for all the willing participants. No one else should have to put up with this." Another commented, "These kid's today are so disappointing! Don't these kid's have any compassion towards another individual?" A user said, "Every single kid present needs to be identified, suspended long enough that they will have to go to summer school, and have charges pressed against them/parents." One more wrote, "Horrendous behavior!! Definitely hold those students accountable. That teacher cared enough to intervene and that’s the thanks she gets? Awful." While an individual wrote, "I pray the teacher pulls through. And once she does...SUE THE STUDENTS, PARENTS AND THE SCHOOL."






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