School and town officials in Darien, Connecticut, said they’re investigating a series of “very disturbing” acts of discrimination that occurred last week on social media and at the high school.
The alleged incidents include an anti-Semitic message on social media as well as graffiti found in a high school boys’ bathroom that objectified women and threatened gay people, the New Haven Register reported.
“This week has been particularly challenging and disappointing for our school community,” said a joint statement from Darien First Selectman Jayme Stevenson, Board of Education Chair David Dineen, Superintendent of Schools Alan Addley and Police Chief Donald Anderson on Friday.
“The incidents do not
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