Spanish Language Immersion School in California Vandalized With ‘Build the Wall Higher’ and Trump Graffiti

Oct 25, 2016
9:00 PM

To those who think Donald Trump’s rhetoric is just harmless fun, here is what happened Monday morning at the Cali Calmécac Language Academy in Windsor, California.

Here is what Jeanne Acuña, the school’s principal, told The Press Democrat:

This is going straight to little kids. The janitor tried his best to get as much of it covered as he can in the morning, but the kids still saw it, and they’re really rattled by it. They feel violated. They feel threatened by it, because it could be something that violates their parents, or affects their family. It’s a really ugly feeling.

The K-8 school has about 1,100 students, and 75 percent of the students are Latino.