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Chaska school officials zero in on student response to fights caught on tape

Chaska High School officials want to stop students from fighting, but they also want to encourage other students to respond appropriately when fights break out. One fight and a subsequent reprisal were caught on the school's video monitors. It shows fellow students not intervening and even recording the violence on their phones.
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Chaska High School officials want to stop students from fighting, but they also want to encourage other students to respond appropriately when fights break out. One fight and a subsequent reprisal were caught on the school's video monitors. It shows fellow students not intervening and even recording the violence on their phones.

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