OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ Oklahoma City schools reported more than 4,500 incidents of drug, alcohol and violence policy violations last year.
The district reports more than 3,000 fights; more than 700 incidents of bullying; 422 student assaults; and 138 weapons violations which include four firearms violations.
The number of incidents is down by 1 percent from the 2004-2005 school year when about 5,000 violations were found.
Most of the incidents were reported at district middle schools with more than 400 at Roosevelt and more than 300 each at Hoover, Taft and Webster middle schools.
The fewest were at elementary schools with Cleveland, Green Pastures, Hillcrest, Quail Creek and Rancho Village elementaries each reporting one incident.