JACKSONVILLE, FL - Students at First Coast High found themselves attending classes in the schools auditorium Tuesday after the doors to their classrooms were found super-glued shut.
School officials discovered the sealed locks at around 6am and also found more damage including walls covered in graffiti. Locksmiths are now at the school working to replace the glued locks with new ones. Officials say that thousands of dollars will have to be spent to repair the locks and repaint walls at the school.
Authorities say that the school was empty from 6pm to 6am when the vandalism was discovered. According to one official, "More than 120 doors were glued. They [the vandals] not only did the classroom doors, of which there are at least 85, but they did every door in the building."
School officials say they hope that whoever is responsible for the damage will brag to their friends with word eventually getting to them so they can apprehend the vandals.
First Coast News