ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Mo. – Big changes start Wednesday at Riverview Gardens High School after multiple fights broke out on the campus Tuesday.

School district leaders are taking actions ranging from how school is taking place Wednesday for high school students to what happens with homecoming this weekend. St. Louis County Police responded to the fights and released updated information Wednesday morning about what took place.

Authorities said that there were two occurrences of fights, one taking place during school hours and another after school ended. County police also shared that some of the fights took place inside the building and others happened outside.

We’re told two students received minor injuries and were treated at the scene. No one was taken to the hospital.

County Police revealed that a total of 14 to 15 arrests were made after both incidents. All the students who were detained have been referred to the juvenile court system. School officials say the campus did go into shelter-in-place protocols, meaning students did not change classes to prevent movement and limit the potential for more fights.

In response to the fights, Riverview Gardens High School students will do virtual learning Wednesday. However, that is just the beginning.

All Homecoming activities scheduled for this weekend, including the parade, pep rally and dance, have been canceled. School district officials added that Saturday’s football game versus Jennings will still take place at Riverview Gardens High School. A

Attendance will be limited to each team’s players, coaches, officials and parents. No students will be allowed at the game.

We’re told fans can stream the game on the school district’s YouTube page.

The district superintendent, Joylynn Pruitt-Adams, said in a letter to parents, ”While we understand that the decision to cancel these events may not be popular, protecting the safety of scholars, staff, and the community is our top priority.”

District officials said that virtual learning is only happening at the high school. County police explained that some of the students involved could face juvenile charges ranging from peace disturbance to assault.