MUSKEGON, Mich. — More than 30 phrases were found spray painted outside Oakridge Lower Elementary Monday morning.
According to a statement from Oakridge Superintendent Tom Livezey, the “vulgar and profane phrases” were found on the building, playground equipment, sidewalks and signs.
Livezey says the graffiti is believed to have happened between 1 p.m. Sunday and 8 a.m. Monday. One of the 33 phrases contained the word “bomb,” but Livezey said police did not find credible evidence to prevent students and staff from going into the building.
“I am personally disgusted and angry that someone would treat our young children this way,” Livezey said in a release.
The elementary students are having indoor recess Monday because of the vulgarity of the graffiti, according to a release.