Last week, the school district said police intercepted a student threat that was made toward classmates.
An early dismissal was ultimately triggered after officials said the threats continued and fights broke out.
"There were fights after fights," said an 11th-grade student who attended Monday night's school board meeting. "One student assaulted a teacher; his head was bleeding."
“My daughter was punched in the head and the jaw. She comes to school everyday. This is not ok”- A mother speaking to the Hatboro Horsham School Board about the series of student threats, violence and fights that popped of last week at the high school. @6abc pic.twitter.com/OhtxcgSeQl— Christie Ileto (@Christie_Ileto) November 16, 2021
"What are they going to do to make the kids feel safer?" asked parent Stacey Spinieo.
This week, the district said it increased staff in the main hallway and during lunch, along with additional police at the school.
But parents aren't sold that it's enough.
"Somebody that's threatening the school, you have to have some hardcore discipline," said parent Joanne McCabe.