Repeated vandalism against an educational institution
The director of education called the recent vandalism at All Saints High School an attack on the educational institution. On Wednesday, it was discovered that an unknown person (s) were using black spray paint to scribble obscene language on the walls of the library and administrative and industrial arts buildings. This is the second time in three weeks that such vandalism has occurred in high school.
Clare Browne told media OBSERVE that the school’s repeated targeting shows a lack of respect and total respect for schools. “It’s like attacking the future of the country and the institutions that prepare young people to lead and take on different roles in all spheres of our society. I did not visit the school myself, but according to the report that came back to me, there were no broken windows this time around.
“Yes, this is the same administrative building that the government spent millions of dollars to erect after the devastating fire,” Browne revealed. Last month, on January 12, school classes were interrupted when profanity and a cryptic threat were left on some steps and walls in the principal’s office, the library and parts of the administrative office. The teachers’ room window was smashed by what was believed to be the large boulder lying in the middle of the office floor. The threat of “We will also get you from your house” was also scrawled on a wall.
(More in today’s Daily Observer)