SCOTTSDALE, AZ — A Scottsdale charter school is working to board up classroom windows after their campus was vandalized over the weekend.
Scottsdale police say officers responded to the scene around 1 p.m. Monday for criminal damage on school grounds and found more than 20 windows shattered.
Basis Scottsdale school officials say most of the damage to the school is in the lower-level windows of the building.
Vandals threw rocks, shattered windows, and caused glass to break outside and inside of the building.
According to the school, cleanup began on Monday and a restoration company boarded up the damaged windows.
Students in grades 9-12 will remain home Tuesday for one day of distance learning to free up classrooms needed to support students in grades 5-8, according to a press release. Some classes may be relocated to different classrooms.
Teachers are said to provide materials for high school students by 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday through ParentSquare.
According to police, no arrests have been made. The investigation remains ongoing.
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2024-01-15 23:30:56 , Scottsdale News