School administrators called police out to Kenmore High School in response to four fights on Tuesday.



Sarah Hollander, spokesperson for Akron Public Schools, said students did not suffer “major” injuries.



Lt. Rick Edwards, with the Akron Police Department, said a paddy wagon was summoned to the high school, but no students were arrested.



“The school did not go on lockdown,” Hollander said.



Administrators did summon police as a precaution. Additional officers staffed the school throughout the day to ensure student safety and a smooth dismissal.



Police also patrolled the hallways for loitering students.



Hollander said the reason for the fights is “unclear at this point.”



“They had multiple fights at Kenmore but it’s all being handled by the school and their disciplinary process,” Edwards said.



Doug Livingston can be reached at 330-996-3792 or dlivingston@thebeaconjournal.com.