Another brick in the wall

Cops responded to a city elementary school after an attack on a teacher in recent weeks.

A special education student at McKinley Elementary School at 14th and Castro streets chucked a brick at his teacher on Sept. 23, police said.

Thankfully, the brick missed its target, police said.

The school’s grade levels span from kindergarten through the fifth grade. The grade of the student was not reported.

The student was suspended, police said.

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