The two guns found at Charlestown High — and the two kids arrested in connection with that — on Thursday are the latest in a string of high-profile safety incidents in Boston Public Schools.
Here’s a partial list of such incidents, according to authorities:
April 28: Someone spread flyers with a swastika and staffers’ faces at the Condon school in South Boston.
April 29: A live .45-caliber bullet was found in a Condon toilet.
May 3: District officials are accused of not calling 911 when a student was having a medical issue that ended up being a stroke.
May 3: A “bag of bullets” turned up on the loading dock of the Boston Latin Academy.
May 5: A student threw “boiling hot” water and ramen noodles on a teacher, who then had to take herself to the doctor and police station after the principal wouldn’t call 911.
May 13: A BPS parent flashed a gun as he egged on a fight between students outside Madison Park Vocational Technical School. Staffers didn’t call 911 for a couple of hours, police say.
May 19: First one and then another handgun was found at Charlestown High, leading to two arrests.
BOSTON, MA – May 19: Student trickle out of school as BPD responds to the discovery of several guns at Charlestown High School on May 19, 2022 in Charlestown, BOSTON, MA. (Staff Photo By Stuart Cahill/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald)