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School officials respond to violent week on campuses

Caddo Schools officials responded after a violent week involving a fight and sexual assault on two different high school campuses. Caddo Schools officials responded after a violent week involving a fight and sexual assault on two different high school campuses.
SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) -

A teacher is now recovering from a concussion after a week of violence reported at Caddo Parish schools.

School officials are speaking up about the incidents. On Wednesday, a knife was found on the Booker T. Washington High School campus. There was a reported sexual assault that took place on the same campus the next day involving a 15-year-old.

A classroom fight was caught on camera at Captain Shreve High School. According to the video that was shared many times on social media, the teacher attempted to intervene and was pushed down.

"We have police officers on every high school and middle school campus. Police officers work some of our elementary schools. We have camera systems throughout the parish, and we're working on access control," said Roy Murray, security director for Caddo Schools.

Levburton Vickers, 25, was arrested and charged for the sexual assault for the incident on BTW's campus. Three students were arrested in connection to the fight at Caption Shreve.

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