NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) —- Metro police confirm to News 2 that a Metro-Nashville Public Schools teacher has filed a police report following an altercation at Oliver Middle School on the evening of November 1.
According to a statement from Metro Police spokesman, Don Aaron, officers were called to the home of a 44-year-old teacher on Friday. The teacher wanted to report an assault that took place earlier in the day.
The teacher told officers that a 14-year-old student began arguing with another student when she intervened by stepping between them, attempting to calm them down. She said the 14-year-old suddenly grabbed her by both shoulders and threw her into a desk to get around her. Other students took hold of the 2 boys involved and kept them separated.
The teacher was given information on how to take out a petition at Juvenile Court if she chooses.
Metro police told News 2 that no charges had been filed as of Monday afternoon.
In a statement to News 2, MNPS stated,
“We are gathering information today to determine if contact was made between the student and the teacher and will take whatever disciplinary action is determined appropriate based on the facts.”