LITTLE ROCK, AR - A security guard and police officer are sent to the hospital and students are awaiting expulsion hearings as the Little Rock School District examines what police call a riot on a high school campus.
"My kids are not safe at that school. None of the kids are," said parent Chiquito Jenkins.
"If anyone can walk in the front door and not have to go to the front office when you have more than six security officers at the school its not safe," said another parent, Therese Oliver.
Jenkins' and therese Oliver's children are among several students listed on the police report -- all accused of inciting a riot at Little Rock's McClellan Magnet High but they claim to be the victims.
Police and disciplinary reports written by teachers and school resource officers say at least one non-student entered the school on November 8th and instigated a fight.
The report goes on to say the non-student called others to the school. The district says the other non-students were stopped at the door.
"The incident happened at the front doors to the campus where the visitors to the school were immediately stopped," said LRSD spokesperson Tiffany Hoffman.
But parents don't care where the non-students were, saying they were still on campus, stirring up trouble with their children.
"They could have come in with guns, they could have come in with knives, anything could have happened and it could have happened to anyone's children," said Oliver.
The non-students were all handed citations for disorderly conduct and many of the students - including Oliver and Jenkins' kids - face expulsion. The report says a security guard, police officer and another adult were taken to the hospital following the riot. No video of the altercation has been released to parents or Fox16 yet.