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SACRAMENTO, CA - Cafeteria chaos on the menu inside a Sacramento-area high school, and it was caught on camera.

It wasn't a food fight, but the altercation among students at Florin High School was definitely physical, and even involved the principal.

Don Ross was breaking up a fight when one of the students grabbed him and threw him to the floor. The principal was quickly back on his feet and contained the student.

Cops moved in before things got worse. Sacramento County Sheriff's arrested three students, two 15-year-olds and a 13-year-old.

Two are charged with suspicion of battery on school staff causing injury, the other is charged with making threats to law enforcement and students.

Principal Ross is reportedly doing fine. Three other school employees also suffered minor injuries from the madness.

Posting the video online is what could hurt the school's image most. Talk about adding insult to injury.