Vandalism Hurts All of Us
Grounds of all three schools close at dusk, except when being utilized for activities approved by the Board of Education and for which permits have been issued. Persons on school grounds without authorization are subject to charges of trespassing. Acts of malicious damage to school property should be immediately reported to the district office or to the police. State law holds parents or legal guardians responsible for damage to school property.
Vandalism in our schools hurts all of us. Students and teachers lose the opportunity to utilize needed equipment, materials or facilities. The community as a whole suffers, not only because the climate of our schools is diminished, but because it is the community which must bear the financial burden of senseless vandalism. Working together as a community, we can help to put a stop to vandalism once and for all.