One student suffered minor injuries during a fight with another student Friday morning at Stockbridge High School.
Two boys, a 16-year-old and a 17-year-old, began arguing in the schools cafeteria as classes were starting for the day.
Stockbridge Superintendent Bruce Brown tells WILX.com the school's principal was doing his regular rounds and was nearby when the fight began. He quickly broke it up, but not before the 17-year-old student was cut.
He was taken to a hospital, treated and released. Both students have been told to remain home while the incident is investigated by the Ingham County Sheriff's Office.
Because of the incident, the school went into automatic lockdown for about an hour and a half. Parents were notified through an automatic phone system.
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