H-F students are believed to be responsible after , according to a statement from Director of Human Resources and Public Relations Jodi Bryant.
This is the first verified update we’ve received on the group of men who jumped the students “without provocation” on a side street near the intersection of Governors Highway and Flossmoor Road. Bryant says the high school has been working with and they are close to naming all of the attackers.
An official statement from Superintendent Von Mansfield and Principal Ryan Pitcock on Tuesday said although the incident was off-campus, the high school still feels responsible for the safety of their students. In response, high school security will be extended to the edge of campus and they will maintain partnership with the , according to the statement.
“Ninety-nine percent of our students comply with the rules,” the statement added. “Students not complying with the rules will not have a future at Homewood-Flossmoor High School.”
We will post additional updates as more information becomes available.