“There was a couple classrooms where desks were emptied,” she said. “They were taken into the hallway and zip-tied them together in the main area between pods one and two, probably mainly with the idea of congesting the hallway.”
Wilson said they also found yarn strung around the rotunda and the words “seniors” and “2013” written on the windows.
“There was no damage per se,” she said. “There was just a lot of work. We’re just extremely disappointed.”
Staff and students worked together to clear the area.
The incident is under investigation by school's liason officer, Deputy Derek Gerencer of Ottawa County Sheriff's Department.
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