Lafayette Jefferson High School is taking the incident seriously. “If a staff member [was] assaulted,” says the Lafayette School Corporation superintendent, “it is a class D felony.”
Meanwhile, students like Mekalah Frazier hold back giggles while describing the incident to WLFI Channel 18.
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