A teacher was injured in a fight Wednesday at a Lorain school.
According to school administrators, a fight broke out after a fire drill.
"On October 17, 2018 as students and staff filed back into Lorain High School (LHS) after a successful fire drill a physical altercation occurred between three LHS students on the second floor of the building. In the course of breaking up the altercation, three members of the LHS teaching staff were injured. All three staff members were assessed by the school nurse and did not request additional medical attention at that time. The three students were all suspended and have been recommended for expulsion. The Lorain City School district will not tolerate behavior that is in such opposition of our core values, especially during important events such as safety drills. We commend the leadership and staff for handling the situation and ensuring the safety of all," school administrators said in a statement.
The statement didn't reference other fights and incidents, caught on camera, brought up by concerned parents and staff.
News 5 brought concerns about the fight Wednesday and others captured to School Board President Tony Dimacchia.
"This isn't all of our kids," he said, "We've always had a few fights here and there, but our kids didn't, overnight, become this."