Lowndes High School vandalized

| May 13, 2016


VALDOSTA  – Students arrived at Lowndes High School Friday morning to find “derogatory terms and images” spray painted on a school building near special education classrooms.

“The spray painting was mainly on glass areas but included a small amount on the actual brick structure,” according to a release from the Lowndes County School District. “Due to the hard work of the custodial and maintenance staff, administrators, faculty and students, 95 percent of the graffiti was cleaned up by 8:30 a.m.”

School administration said it is working diligently to find who was responsible for the incident.

“That person or persons will be disciplined appropriately,” stated the school release.

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  1. Shane Thompson says:

    Honestly, as a student of the school, I agree that action should be taken about this. It caused so much disgrace for the school’s reputation. It was unnecessary. It also caused great damage to the students who attend school there. We feel for the special education students. It was morally wrong. Class of 2016 should be disappointed. If you are more curious about pictures of this event look on any social media of the students from the school. It was horrible.