SPRING — Students returned to classes Monday at a suburban Houston high school amid tightened security following a knife fight that left one student dead and three injured.
Students lined up for security screening before entering Spring High School, where portable metal detectors and hand-held wand security devices would be used all week, school spokeswoman Karen Garrison said. The security equipment — installed following the fight Wednesday that left 17-year-old Joshua Devon Broussard dead — has been used sporadically at the school in the past.
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