80 students suspended at KC high school
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Eighty students at a Kansas City, Mo., high school will be back in class on Friday, but each will have a mark on their records after their principal suspended them.
The principal at Hogan Preparatory Academy told FOX 4 News shortly after the bell rang Wednesday morning some students began walking down the halls screaming, banging on lockers and disrupting school.
The principal said she suspended the students for one day, but did not say why the teens caused the disruption.
Parents were notified by the school of the incident. No one was hurt.