Oak Mountain High School vandalized
FROM STAFF REPORTS
NORTH SHELBY — Oak Mountain High School was vandalized during the night of May 15.
According to a press release from Shelby County Schools, a “slippery/soapy substance” was spread across the school’s hallway floors.
Classrooms were not accessible, and students are being temporarily housed in the Commons Area, Performing Arts Center and cafeteria, according to the release.
ServPro is cleaning up the hallways, and two wings of classrooms are expected to be open soon. Students are safe and are studying for final exams, the release states.
Students who wish to leave are being allowed to check out with parental permission.
An investigation into the matter is ongoing, and the perpetrators have not been identified.
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