Witnesses say middle school students attacked a coach at Langham Creek High School because he tried to discipline them on Thursday.
The high school campus chases and fights were all captured on cell phone video.
Cy-Fair ISD officials said the attackers were four teenage students from Aragon Middle School.
Students at the high school said the victim was a baseball coach who told the kids they couldn’t ride dirt bikes on campus.
“Late that day, they were arrested and their elderly friends threatened to bombard our school,” said second-year student Alena Gonzales.
School officials say that a threat made through social media led to increased security and safety measures on campus Friday.
“We can’t go around unless we have an ID card, they won’t even let us in,” Gonzales said.
Students said the coach was not at school the day after the attack.
The principal of Langham Creek High School sent a letter to parents stating that minors who attacked a coach have been detained and will be subject to disciplinary action according to the code of conduct.
Worried parents say they want to act quickly.
“This shouldn’t be happening, not in our backyard. That just can’t happen. These kids need to be in so much trouble and I’m speechless,” said parent Michael Daugherty.
It is not clear what fees, if any, high school students face.
The Cy-Fair ISD Police Department will continue to investigate.
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