Nyack school district and local law enforcement have commenced a thorough investigation following the unsettling discovery of a racial slur at Liberty Elementary School. The troubling incident came to light last week when the derogatory term, specifically the “N word,” was found scrawled on the wall of a school bathroom.
The Nyack Superintendent, in an official letter to parents and community members, addressed the incident and confirmed that the hateful inscription has been promptly erased from the school property. Both the Clarkstown Police Department and school district officials are engaged in a serious inquiry to identify and hold the perpetrator responsible.
In a firm stance against such acts, school officials reiterated their commitment to maintaining an inclusive and respectful environment, declaring unequivocally that any form of hate is completely unacceptable within their educational institutions. The incident has sparked a wider conversation on racial respect and tolerance within the community, as Nyack school authorities vow to take decisive action against hate speech and ensure the safety and dignity of all students.