The Levittown Public School District says it launched an investigation into symbols of hate being sprayed on neighborhood homes.
The district says some residents in the neighborhood pointed at students as being the culprits.
Levittown Superintendent of Schools Todd Winch released a statement that said in part:
“I want to make it clear that the use of hateful language and images is completely unacceptable. It has no place in our community and works against our mission to create a safe, inclusive, and respectful school environment.”