Outrage and concern with surfaced videos of middle school students fighting violently with each other on and off campus have prompted school officials to re-evaluate its policies.
Students and parents say fighting is a problem at Miami Springs Middle School.
Another video showing another violent fight involving Miami Springs Middle students was shared Thursday to NBC 6. This one shows a student drag another by her hair on the concrete on Jan. 15.
"We got a lot of hits and punches and all that ... we were crying," said the victims, who are twin sisters.
On Wednesday, a parent showed NBC 6 a video of two girls fighting on campus in June 2018.
On Tuesday, a 12-year-old sixth grader came forward with his experience back in December at a nearby park. Cellphone video shows students punching him and kicking him in the head -- the blow was so hard, the boy ended up with a shoe print on his head.
Police confirmed two boys were arrested on battery charges in connection with that incident.
The district confirmed the offending students were sent away to a success center and only one of them still attends the school.
It's unclear what happened to the offending students in the other two videos.
According to a statement to NBC 6, Miami-Dade County Public Schools said a change in administration at the school and new leadership are reinforcing the importance of appropriate student behavior.
"The well-being of students will always be a top priority. As such, additional counselors will be sent to the school to address issues such as these," the statement read.