Campus Police conducted unannounced, randomized searches of two high schools, arresting one student for drug possession.
More than 20 Bibb County students were charged with crimes this week in more than a dozen different incidents, the school district says.
They include three assaults on teachers, two students accused of obstructing campus police officers and one fight that led to two girls being pepper-sprayed.
According to the district:
The teachers were assaulted at Rutland High School on Tuesday, Elam Alexander Academy on Wednesday and Weaver Middle School on Wednesday.
Students were accused of obstructing officers at Howard High School on Monday and Ballard-Hudson Middle School on Wednesday.
The two girls were pepper-sprayed by campus police after a fight at Westside High School Monday. Both were charged with affray and disrupting a public school.
Also, six students face charges after two separate fights at Northeast High School on Thursday. In each case, the district says, three students ganged up on a fourth student.
No serious injuries were reported in any of the fights.
Also, a Westside High male 15-year-old was charged with stealing a NetBook and, at Southwest, three 17-year-olds were caught on video stealing a teacher's iPad.
The district says a total of 25 students were suspended in connection with these cases.