Sorry to make such a serious post for the first time on this forum, hopefully it isn't too bad of a forum etiquette. :sorry: Recently there have been many open fights here at the school I teach, I'm not sure if it is dares or just drama, but we've been having 1 or 2 the past two weeks which is quite insane as according to the school's records, we've only has 2-4 fights year-round the past couple of years. Anyways, during some recent fights I have noticed the male teachers that usually stop these things are generally standing around, letting students tear each other apart. Now, I am not saying that the male teachers HAVE to jump in because they are male or anything, but I generally expect teachers to do what they can to stop a fight if they see one. But either way, we've had female teachers jumping in trying to stop these things but we have had one teacher injured during this. I, myself am female and am also the youngest teacher at this school so I do not have any issues pulling a couple of guys or girls apart. We do have a resource officer but he is piled in work due to the number of fights and often is not present to handle these things lately. Im starting to wonder why it is specifically that male teachers are not doing anything. The school board has arranged a meeting this Monday since it is a teacher workday and we are supposed to discuss the fights and things. Ive asked some other teachers if they were going to say anything about the teachers not doing anything, but they said that they weren't planning on bringing it up although theyve noticed. Should I say something at this meeting or just leave it to the school board to decide?