Watch: Female student brutally pummeled in head more than 30 times, as classmates look on and laugh

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A horrific video has surfaced on social media showing a female high school student in Las Vegas viciously punching the head of another girl more than 30 times until she appeared to lose consciousness while a teacher made a weak attempt to stop the brutal assault and other students stood around and laughed.

The Clark County School District has not revealed which high school the attack took place at last Wednesday. A person, who is allegedly a teacher, is seen on the video telling the attacker to “Stop, stop, stop. Get off of her.” But there seemed to be no real effort to put an end to the punch-fest while the victim raised her hands to try and protect herself as she was hit in the back of the head and face. No one else made an attempt to stop the beat-down.

The video ends with the girl face down on her desk seemingly unconscious. It is unknown what the extent of her injuries are but she reportedly had a seizure before being taken to the hospital.

The Clark County School District Police Department told KTNV in a statement that a Las Vegas High School student was cited for battery last Wednesday. Considering the violence of the attack, that seems to be an insufficient response and many contend it looked more like attempted murder.

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The footage is only 20 seconds long but it is graphic. Many parents have long claimed that the district is unable or unwilling to keep their children safe.

One parent who shared the video stated online, “I am only sharing this simply to bring awareness to other parents or people for that matter, on how this sad joke of a school system ACTUALLY is.”

“Save your kids! Pull them out of public school!” wrote another parent. “Don’t let your kid become the next Clark County School victim! Pull them the hell out and HOMESCHOOL!!!”

Las Vegas High School administrators have said they are aware of the incident and that they are “taking this incident very seriously.”

“Violent acts, assaults, and bullying will not be tolerated in the Clark County School District, and those who choose to engage in these activities will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law,” declared Superintendent Jesus F. Jara.

“Administration is aware and responding to this matter and it is being addressed through the appropriate channels,” lamely remarked Las Vegas High School Principal Ronnie Guerzon.

Then he pointedly admonished that all students are expected to follow the Clark County School District (CCSD) code of conduct and encouraged parents to speak to their children about “appropriate behavior in class.” Many felt that, in essence, blamed the parents rather than taking responsibility for the violent atmosphere in Vegas schools.

“CCSD investigates every reported case of bullying and takes appropriate action if needed. We are unable to discuss individual student disciplinary matters due to privacy laws,” the district told KTNV. “However, in general, students can face administrative disciplinary action at school or be referred to law enforcement for possible criminal prosecution depending on the severity of the matter.”

School officials told students to stop sharing the video because it “serves no purpose other than to further ridicule and embarrass the victim and embolden bullies.”

“Any student who captures photos or video of an assault on-campus, off-campus, on a bus, or during a school activity should immediately turn the footage over to a teacher, school administrator, or police. We investigate and address all concerns of bullying,” officials contended.

This is not a one-off incident. Violent attacks have reportedly been common in Las Vegas high schools for many years. The Las Vegas Sun reported that last week, a 17-year-old girl at Legacy High School allegedly attacked a secretary after she was ordered to the principal’s office. They argued before the teen picked up a radio and hit the secretary with it. That student was also charged with battery.

Board president Irene Ceped outrageously asserted that the board and district leaders are committed to school safety and “ensuring schools are places where students and staff feel safe, and education can occur.”

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