Memorial High School in Manchester

Police cars outside Memorial High School in Manchester on Tuesday.

MANCHESTER — Police responded to five calls during school hours at Memorial High School on Tuesday, sending four vehicles at one point to the high school.

Police and school officials were closed-lipped about the situation at Memorial this week, but videos emerged.

Short clips show one or two people landing a flurry of blows on others before the fights are broken up.

Two students at the school said fights have taken place on Monday and Tuesday.

“This is crazy parents should know how kids are getting beat up and jumped in Manchester schools,” said a Central High School student who emailed a video clip. “This happens frequently and the school can’t stop this.”

According to online police records, police were called to Memorial five times during school hours on Tuesday, and once on Monday.

The Monday call at 2:41 p.m. was for an assault. The other calls were logged at 10:30 a.m. (check subject), 11:51 a.m. (check subject), 12:16 p.m. (fight), 1:42 p.m. (special attention) and 2:25 p.m. (special attention), the logs say.

Police said they would wait until reports are complete before releasing any information. An assistant principal at Memorial, Mary-Jo Bourque, referred a reporter to administrative offices.

Several inquiries were not answered.