Two female students were arrested at late Thursday morning on breach of peace charges following a verbal and physical altercation, police said.
Avon police responded to the school at 10:38 a.m. during the start of second period, as Avon Public Schools had a 90-minute delay due to the snow.
Police issued a juvenile summons to one of the girls for second-degree breach of peace and a misdemeanor summons to the other for the same charge. The second student, a Hartford teen attending Avon High School, was also charged with third-degree assault, police said.
Police released both students on written promises to appear in court.
The first teenager is scheduled to appear in juvenile court on March 16 and the other student's court date is March 14.
The does not release the names of juveniles arrested.
School administrators declined to comment.
Editor's Note: Avon police clarified that the juvenile charged with second-degree breach of peace and third-degree assault is a Hartford resident attending Avon High School. The update was added on March 6 at 7:46 p.m.
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