PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The principal of Perry Traditional Academy is on leave after breaking up an argument between students on a school bus.
A Pittsburgh Public Schools spokesman confirmed that an employee was put on leave for “personnel actions in the resolution of an altercation between students.”
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A source said KDKA’s Jennifer Borrasso the principal put a student in a headlock while he was ending the fight. It is unclear if this student was involved in the fight.
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Because this is a personnel matter, Pittsburgh Public Schools has no further information.
BREAKING: KDKA has confirmed the principal of Perry Traditional Academy is on leave pending an investigation after breaking up a dispute between students on a school bus. @KDKA
—Jennifer Borrasso (@JenBorrasso) April 14, 2022
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