Parents, students brawl at Craigmont High over social media post

MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - Shelby County Sheriff's Office arrested five women after a fight broke out at Craigmont High School.

SCSO said the fight broke out over social media post. The five adults face assault and disorderly conduct charges.

"It's just a shame for them to be over there acting like that," parent Kamisha Ryan said. "They should be teaching and showing kids better than that."

Three female students were also involved in the fight; they were issued juvenile summons.

Shelby County Schools issued the following statement on the fight:

There was an altercation involving parents in the office at Craigmont High this morning.  This type of behavior will not be tolerated on any of our campuses.  We are very disappointed by the poor decisions of these adults, and hope this situation does not overshadow the great work being done by our students and staff members at Craigmont every day.

Parents who spoke with WMC Action News 5 said they hoped the school would add more security in light of the fight.

Shelby County Schools did not comment on the possibility of adding security to Craigmont.

Deputies haven't released the names of those charged or said what the social media post said.

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