Canyon HS counselors deal with after-effects of school assault
Comal ISD, NBPD: No update regarding injured student
SAN ANTONIO – Additional counselors were brought to Canyon High School to deal with any after-effects of Tuesday's assault between two 15-year-old sophomores on campus.
One remains in a Guadalupe County juvenile facility accused of aggravated assault.
The other, who was knocked unconscious, is at University Hospital in "very serious" condition, according to New Braunfels police.
Despite reports on social media, Capt. John McDonald, the department's spokesman, said there had been no change in the boy's condition.
Brad Brown, the principal at Canyon High School, said, "At this point, I do not have any more information."
Brown said he had sent letters to parents after the incident.
Brown said he had heard from parents and others in the community.
"Most have been very supportive, (sending) thoughts and prayers for both families," Brown said.
Two students at Canyon High School said the mood on campus had changed.
"Everybody is still sad about everything that happened," said 16-year-old Brandon Yusey.
Joseph Almaguer, 17, said, "For some kids, it's kind of hard to work because they've been thinking about what happened."
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