The Superintendent of U. City schools says administrators were taken aback by the number or fights at the high school. Joylynn Wilson says there will always be some incidents, but the size and number of fights at the school Thursday are leading the district to hold a public meeting tomorrow night at the high school. The district says problems in the community, including gangs, are spilling over into the schools and they're determined to be proactive to stop it. There have been suspensions, and perhaps expulsions over Thursday's incidents. U. City Police tell me there have been no weapons seized at the school. Police and the district are working closely to keep each other advised of potential problems.