In re M.J.G., 234 N.C. App. 350 (Jun. 17, 2014)

The evidence was sufficient to establish that a juvenile engaged in disorderly conduct by disrupting students (G.S. 14-288.4(a)(6)), where the juvenile’s conduct caused a substantial interference with, disruption of, and confusion of the operation of the school. The juvenile’s conduct “merited intervention by several teachers, the assistant principal, as well as the school resource officer” and “caused such disruption and disorder . . . that a group of special needs students missed their buses.”