Teacher Reports Student Hit Him at St. Paul high School

Yet another student assault on a teacher is being reported at a St. Paul high school. 

Police say a teacher at Johnson High School reported being struck in the head from behind earlier this month while trying to break up a fight between two students. 

According to police, the teacher had separated the two teen girls who were fighting, when he was hit by a 16-year-old boy who was not involved in the fight. 

The boy has denied hitting the teacher, but did say he did not like how the teacher was treating the two girls. 

The teacher was not hurt, and no charges have been filed in connection to the incident. 

Just last week it was reported that a teacher at Como Park High School in St. Paul was punched and thrown to the ground by two male students.  

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