Strong condemnation of latest All Saints Secondary School vandalism

Vandalism from January episode

The Ministry of Education today “strongly condemned” the recent vandalism at All Saints Secondary School.

Sometime Tuesday evening into Wednesday, someone used black paint to graffiti the administrative, library and industrial arts blocks at the government secondary school.

Director of Education, Clare Browne, described the act as “reprehensible,” stating that the ministry is working to ensure the situation is not repeated.

He is appealing to members of the general public to assist in protecting community assets, by keeping a watchful eye on these important institutions of learning.

This is the second such incident for 2018. Last month, expletives were written on several buildings on the school’s compound as well.

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  1. This, I believe, is NOT the evil deed of an ASS School student. The ASSS students have pride in their school as evidenced by efforts to maintain and beautify their school. These are kids with a conscience and a loud and vibrant social conscience. We’ve seen this all before. Just as flowers herald the dawn of spring, incidents like these merely herald the dawn of impending General Elections.

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