LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — Desert Oasis High School was placed on a lockdown Thursday morning due to reported fights on campus.

According to police, one adult male was arrested for battery, fighting, and breach of peace, one juvenile was arrested for fighting and breach of peace, another juvenile was cited for battery and fighting, and 8 other juveniles were cited for fighting and breach of peace.

The following message was sent to parents:

This message is from Desert Oasis High School. In an effort to keep you informed of matters happening within our community, we want to make you aware that the school is in a hard lockdown today due to fights on campus. Students are safe in their classrooms.

Additionally, there is an increased police presence on our campus.  Please take this opportunity to discuss school safety with your child. Parents, please remind your child to never hesitate reporting anything that may be a possible safety issue to an adult. Additionally, We expect all students to adhere to the CCSD Student Code of Conduct.

Students and parents can also make reports through the SafeVoice reporting system by calling 1-833-216-SAFE (7233), through the website at or through the free downloadable phone app.

Thank you for your patience.

Clark County School District (CCSD) Communications Office

The lockdown has since been lifted and is the second one at the school in two days, following a lockdown on Wednesday after police were investigating reports of a weapon on campus. A student was detained by police, questioned, and later released.