Defaced Already?

This was done on Monday. We were in a different room. Looks like a girl did it.

This was done on Monday. We were in a different room. Looks like a girl did it.

I think one of my students did this

I think one of my students did this

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It was less than a day before I found desks with writing on them. Jeez! No appreciation for the new environment.

I asked the boy in the top desk to take a picture of the top of the desk and email it to me. When I saw more desks with ink on them, I asked the same boy to take photos and email them since the boy at the second desk spoke poor English and I think is the culprit. That boy never sent the photos, though I emailed him twice asking for them. I suppose he’s covering for the culprits.

It’s such a shame. I did go to the rooms, snapped the photos and emailed them to the office.

We’ve got to come up with some measures to prevent the rooms from deteriorating. Did they prefer the grunge?

What should we do? I’m open to suggestions.

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