Six people were arrested Thursday at Menomonee Falls High School following a fight that included people who were let into the school by students, according to a news report.
According to CBS 58, four students were involved in the fight, along with two people who were not students. Those two people were admitted onto school grounds by students. School doors are locked during the day.
A similar episode happened Wednesday at Waukesha North High School, when an expelled former student came back to confront his ex-girlfriend and her friend. In that case, he flagged down a student inside the school to let him in a side door.
Menomonee Falls Principal Corey Golla told CBS 58 that there are severe consequences for breaching school security in the way that it was.
School security has been a hot topic nationally following the . The vice president of the NRA called for an armed guard in every school following that tragedy.