Racist messages were scrawled on walls and windows were bashed in at , an official said today.
The vandalism happened at some point during the weekend, according to Melanie Norton, a spokesperson for .
Three trailers belonging to Edge Development were spray painted with hate messages, windows on 13 classrooms were broken, several fire extinguishers were set off and a swastika was scrawled on the white board in marker in one classroom, Norton said.
The vandalism came a few days after , though the two incidents are probably not related, the spokesperson said.
"We don't have any reason to believe there was any connection," she said.
The school district has no leads on a culprit, and the investigation is ongoing.