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STUDENT ASSAULT CANCELS CLASSES AT CHS

Friday’s classes at St. Croix’s Central High School were called off Thursday after a student attacked a staff member.
According to a Department of Education release, a student who was suspended from school early Thursday returned to the campus with a friend and physically attacked a staff member in the registrar’s office. The name and age of the student, who was later caught by police, was not released. The accomplice was still at large Thursday evening.
The unidentified staff member was taken to Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital for observation. Although classes have been cancelled, faculty and staff are required to show up for according to their regular schedule, the release said.

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Friday’s classes at St. Croix’s Central High School were called off Thursday after a student attacked a staff member.
According to a Department of Education release, a student who was suspended from school early Thursday returned to the campus with a friend and physically attacked a staff member in the registrar’s office. The name and age of the student, who was later caught by police, was not released. The accomplice was still at large Thursday evening.
The unidentified staff member was taken to Gov. Juan F. Luis Hospital for observation. Although classes have been cancelled, faculty and staff are required to show up for according to their regular schedule, the release said.