Encina high school student stabbed in Sacramento campus brawl

A ninth-grader at Encina Preparatory High School in Sacramento was injured after being stabbed during a fight with another student on Monday, authorities said. The injured student was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and the other student, an 11th grader, was handcuffed, said the San Juan Unified School District and the office of the Sacramento County Sheriff. School staff and police are investigating the incident, which happened during first period Monday morning at the back of the school’s campus in the Arden-Arcade area. The two students involved were women. Classes are in session but there was a shelter-in-place order in effect for some time as a precaution at Encina High and Katherine Johnson Middle School, which share the same campus. This shelter in place has since been lifted. Sheriff’s deputies were talking with students on campus.

A ninth-grader at Encina Preparatory High School in Sacramento was injured after being stabbed during a fight with another student on Monday, authorities said.

The injured student was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries and the other student, an 11th grader, was handcuffed, said the San Juan Unified School District and the office of the Sacramento County Sheriff.

School staff and police are investigating the incident, which happened during first period Monday morning at the back of the school’s campus in the Arden-Arcade area. The two students involved were girls.

Classes are in session, but there was a shelter-in-place order in effect for some time as a precaution at Encina High and Katherine Johnson Middle School, which share the same campus. This shelter in place has since been lifted.

Sheriff’s deputies were talking with students on campus.

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