DALEVILLE, Ala. (AP) The Daleville City Schools Board has lifted the remaining 40 days of in-school suspension for 26 high school students officials say were part of two videos that surfaced on YouTube earlier this month.
After three hours of meetings on Thursday, the board approved releasing two of the students from suspension after five days, as well as all other discipline.
The remaining students were released from suspension but are still required to adhere to other disciplinary action, including 45 hours of community service and probation and loss of all student privileges.
Schools Superintendent Andrew Kelley said in a statement that the board acted to prevent students from being damaged academically.
At least three parents argued their two children had no part in the videos and should not receive any discipline.