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NATICK – A student discovered an antisemitic slur on a bathroom wall at Natick High, earlier todayt.

“The student reported the incident to a trusted adult. The building administration, in collaboration with the school resource officer, and with the full support of the superintendent and Natick Chief of Police, are investigating the matter fully,” wrote Principal Brian Harrigan

“Natick Public Schools and the Natick Police Department do not stand for this type of behavior. This behavior is inappropriate, not aligned with our core values, and will not be tolerated. We will hold students involved fully accountable,” wrote Superintendent Anna Nolin and the Natick High Principal.

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“Staff trainings are scheduled to discuss equity and inclusion and discussions with classes regarding this incident will occur as needed. We will address issues of respect, inclusion and anti-racism at next week’s Equity Co-Op Student Conference. It is more important than ever to come together as one community to support one another. We are a strong and loving community who will rise above all instances of hatred and intolerance,” wrote the Superintendent and Principal in an email to families.

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