Swastikas, hate speech found in Pascack Hills High School
MONTVALE – For the fourth time in recent months, the Pascack Regional Valley High School District is seeing swastikas and hate speech written on its grounds.
“It’s horrific and unimaginable, this is such a warm and embracing and engaging community and to hear and see this is frightening,” said Rabbi Dove Drizin of Valley Chabad.
In a message, Superintendent Erik Gundersen told parents that “safety, security and respect for all are our top priorities for the district community,” that the district would continue to work with to Montvale Police Department to investigate the incident and that legal action will be taken on the perpetrators.
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