The Westhampton Beach School district has reported that Westhampton Beach police were called to the district's middle school on Oct. 18 after a physical altercation involving a seventh-grader.
According to Mike Radday, the district's superintendent, the male student, whose name is not being released due to his age, was involved in a physical altercation in which the district decided to call the police.
Police said no arrests were made in the incident, though would not provide further details.
Radday said the student was apprehended by police off school grounds.
"Aggressive behaviors involving any member of the school community will not be tolerated," said Radday. "The safety and well-being of our students is a top priority throughout our schools and we take every action to ensure that students receive their education in a secure environment."
Radday says disciplinary action will be determined following a superintendent’s hearing.
No hospitalizations were reported.
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