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Sanchez High hit by vandals

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Simon Sanchez High School staff, administrators and maintenance crews have more work to do. The school was shutdown for multiple health and safety violations several weeks ago and campus officials were working to address all of them so that the Department of Public Health can return for a re-inspection.

This morning school officials noticed they were hit by vandals. The counselor's office and main office were vandalized and tagged with graffiti. School officials believe the vandals used spray paint they found in a storage room on campus.

The vandals also burned some files and used a fire extinguisher to put out the fire. Nothing was reported stolen.

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