At Least 20 West High Students Could Face Charges After A Cafeteria Brawl At School

Authorities Aren't Saying What Triggered The Melee   Violent Incidents In Public Places On The Rise In America  Violent behavior has bec...

Authorities Aren't Saying What Triggered The Melee 


Violent Incidents In Public Places On The Rise In America 

Violent behavior has become popular in America. Passengers on planes have been screaming at and physically assaulting stewardesses and other passengers. Several current national trials are going on at the same time which center around people killing other people out on the streets. And school-related and workplace shootings are unnervingly common all over the country. 

It was straight out of a grainy, 1am-in-the-morning Netflix prison movie: A cafeteria fight.

But this was no prison. It was West High in Anchorage. On Monday, November 15th. 2021, West High & Romig Middle School went on "stay put mode" for over two hours after a huge brawl erupted – in the West High school cafeteria. 

At least 20 students were suspended – for either fighting each other, or for standing by and taking photos of the fight with their cell phones. Charges were sent to the Division of Juvenile Justice, according to KTUU. Apparently, guns were not involved. 

The school was said to have gotten more threats the next day, Tuesday.  

The district told KTUU: "With the social media rumors that were present early this morning and even through the evening last night, we just, we take school safety really seriously." There is now "a larger police presence in the halls," according to KTUU. 

Charges against the perpetrators are expected to be made. 


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