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Female teacher punched hard in face while trying to break up brutal fight at Louisiana high school

A female tenth-grade teacher at a Louisiana high school was punched in the face after trying to break up a brutal fight in her classroom between two boys.

A video circulating on social media shows the horrific moment the teacher at Chalmette High School in Louisiana was punched so hard in the face that her head snapped back and her glasses flew off her face.

After the vicious punch, the stunned teacher lets out a scream and is seen covering her eyes with one of her hands as the two boys continued to throw punches at each other.

While some chairs and backpacks were being pushed around the room in the middle of the chaos, some of the students are heard screaming: ‘Stop it!’ ‘Stop!’ ‘Break it up!’, while others looked amused as they watched from the sidelines.

It was not clear if the teacher fell to the floor after being hit or if she walked out of the classroom, but a female student is heard screaming: ‘Damn! You broke her nose.’

It was later revealed that some of the students went to alert school officials to get help for the injured teacher. With her class safe and the boys restrained, the teacher left the school campus to receive medical attention.

Female teacher punched hard in face while trying to break

A video circulating on social media shows the horrific moment the teacher at Chalmette High School in Louisiana was punched so hard in the face that her head snapped back and her glasses flew off her face.

After the vicious punch, the stunned teacher lets out a scream and is seen covering her eyes with one of her hands as the two boys continued to throw punches at each other

After the vicious punch, the stunned teacher lets out a scream and is seen covering her eyes with one of her hands as the two boys continued to throw punches at each other

After the vicious punch, the stunned teacher lets out a scream and is seen covering her eyes with one of her hands as the two boys continued to throw punches at each other

The school would not release the names of the teacher or the two students involved.

But the school confirmed the teacher, who suffered bruising and swelling to her face, did not suffer a broken nose as some pupils had initially believed.

According to the video, there were no school security officers on the scene at the time of the fight, which now raises questions about school safety and whether teachers should intervene.

The school confirmed that the two boys involved have been suspended and the school is demanding a criminal investigation.

Doris Voitier, the longtime superintendent of Chalmette High School, traumatized by what she saw in the video, said she was absolutely ‘appalled.;

‘Our teacher should not be involved in an environment like this and our students should have ways to resolve their disagreements.’

In a statement to DailyMail.com, she said ‘wWhile we do not ask or expect our teachers to be harmed, we fully support our teacher and applaud her efforts.’

Voitier said the two students have been removed from Chalmette High School and will be disciplined according to their student conduct guide.

“These students have been accused of their deplorable actions,” she said. “As we always do in such situations, we are working hand in hand with the St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office with the mutual understanding that behavior like this will not be tolerated in our schools.”

Voitier also gave an update on the teacher’s condition. ‘She’s bruised. Her nose is not broken and I am very sorry and we fully support our teacher.’

The melee broke out on Friday afternoon around  2 p.m. during fourth period at Chalmette High School in St.  Bernard Parish in Louisiana.  Both students, whose names were not released, are sophomores at the school

The melee broke out on Friday afternoon around  2 p.m. during fourth period at Chalmette High School in St.  Bernard Parish in Louisiana.  Both students, whose names were not released, are sophomores at the school

The melee broke out on Friday afternoon around 2 p.m. during fourth period at Chalmette High School in St. Bernard Parish in Louisiana. Both students, whose names were not released, are sophomores at the school

The school confirmed that both students have been suspended and the school is demanding a criminal investigation.  Friday's game was the second major incident to happen at Chalmette High.  On September 12, a former student was arrested after school for allegedly pulling a gun during a fight on campus

The school confirmed that both students have been suspended and the school is demanding a criminal investigation.  Friday's game was the second major incident to happen at Chalmette High.  On September 12, a former student was arrested after school for allegedly pulling a gun during a fight on campus

The school confirmed that both students have been suspended and the school is demanding a criminal investigation. Friday’s game was the second major incident to happen at Chalmette High. On September 12, a former student was arrested after school for allegedly pulling a gun during a fight on campus

The melee broke out on Friday afternoon around 2 p.m. during fourth period at Chalmette High School in St. Bernard Parish in Louisiana.

The fight was so fierce that the school’s longtime superintendent, Doris Voitier, said she was shaken after seeing the video.

“Our teacher should not be involved in an environment like this and our students should have ways to resolve their disagreements,” Voitier said.

Friday’s game was the second major incident to happen at Chalmette High.

On September 12, a former student was arrested after school for allegedly pulling a gun during a fight on campus.

On Monday, St. Bernard deputies to the school campus to investigate.

It is not clear what charges have been filed.

Many of the parents were outraged by what took place, but the inspector called it ‘an unfortunate situation and an alarming one.

“Please know that our number one priority remains the safety and well-being of our students and staff,” she said.

‘The facilities at Chalmette High School may be the best in the state. We are fortunate to have two dedicated and full-time resource officers at Chalmette High School at all times.’

“We have a direct line of communication to the St. Bernard Sheriff’s Office. Our teachers have phones in their classrooms to contact help when needed. But even in the safest environments, sometimes incidents like this happen.’

Friday’s game was the second major incident at Chalmette High in the past few weeks. On September 12, a former student was arrested after school for allegedly pulling a gun during a fight on campus.

Chalmette High School is described as ‘a premier high school located in Chalmette, Louisiana. The school has approximately 2,200 students in grades 9 through 12 and a student-to-student ratio of 17 to 1, according to the school spokesman.