Fight Interrupts Day At Lexington High School

A fight involving some students interrupted classes Tuesday at a Lexington high school.

Bryan Station High School officials say six students got into a fight between classes.

The school was not put on lock down but teachers ordered all students into classrooms to help break up the fight.

The students are not facing criminal charges, but will be disciplined at school. Their parents were called to pick them up early from school.

There were no serious injuries reported.

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  • by Mike Location: harlan ky on Dec 13, 2007 at 12:57 PM
    I Think That The Police Should Investigate If Have The Stuff Ppl have Said On Here I Also Think That Ppl Shouldnt Be so Racist On Here It Doesnt Matter If The Was Black White Yellow Or Wat Ever Everyone Is The Same And If Someone Would Please Send Me That Video They Wont Let Me Put My Info On Here But Go To Myspace And Search For Michael H In Harlan Ky Thanx
  • by Ponder Location: Alumni on Dec 10, 2007 at 04:56 AM
    Hey Anonymous, Get your head out of the sand95% of the Mexicans around here are illegal dummy! You are just another one of those folks that think evryone ought to be able to live anywhere. WRONG! I chose not to have kids, but I do pay for evryone else and quit trotting out that lame excuse that there are no real Americans except for the Indians, it is pathetic at best.:-)
  • by KCC STUDENT Location: Knott COunty on Dec 9, 2007 at 04:28 PM
    At least the staff did something read ours they want even do anything we held a protest friday over bullying at our schol. We had bullies and the staff has there picks and that is it. This will happen at KCC before it is over
  • by Fred Location: Lexington on Dec 9, 2007 at 07:12 AM
    There's no such thing as Mexicans.
  • by Anonymous on Dec 8, 2007 at 08:38 PM
    First, this was a fight, period. When I was in school the kids would be suspended and that was that. Do we really have to make such a federal case out of everything? Second, this is addressed to Ponder. Why would you automatically assume the Mexicans are illegal? Will you request their green cards? I doubt the people who complain about illegals are 100% Native American. I hate paying taxes for your children to go to school; if you want to have them you should pay for them. I hate paying taxes so lazy people can sit on their butts while I go to work every day. I hate paying taxes for women to keep on having babies and live off the government. Instead of complaining about Mexicans coming to America to work like dogs so their families can survive, I suggest you take a good hard look in your own backyard.
  • by Stan Location: Versailles on Dec 8, 2007 at 08:36 PM
    Hey east...don't be satisfied with the fact that the bad grammar exhibited by kids in smaller schools in Eastern Kentucky can be expected. Sounds like diplomas are too easily achieved if teachers (who presumably have graduated college and advancing toward their masters or doctorates) can't correct children in 12 years.
  • by Private Shaver on Dec 8, 2007 at 06:22 PM
    You said private lmmfao
  • by disgusted Location: lexington on Dec 8, 2007 at 05:29 AM
    this is why my son will continue to be in private school.
  • by Papaw Location: East of 75, south of 64 on Dec 7, 2007 at 10:12 PM
    The faculty of Bryan Station must be extremely proud of the students who have posted comments. After all, the kids are trying to correct a story that was written based on inaccurate facts. What the teachers and staff can't be proud of are the spelling errors that east has already mentioned or the posts that are nearly unintelligible because they contain few coherent sentences. These posts should send a strong, loud message to BSHS parents, the school board, and the superintendent that this is a school in trouble. It's a sad state of affairs when school administrators spend more time and energy protecting political correctness and image than ensuring students are receiving the best possible education.
  • by east Location: kentucky on Dec 7, 2007 at 11:29 AM
    I was reading all the posts here and discovered something. You would think kids educated in Lexington would at least be able to spell better than kids in smaller schools here in the east. That's what you hear anyway. It looks like one of the problems is with the Lexington school system and teaching, NOT race.
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