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Vandalism Delays Start of School
08/11/2017

(KMZA)--The recent vandalism that caused thousands of dollars in damage to the Wetmore Attendance Center has delayed the start of school.

Prairie Hills USD 113 Superintendent Todd Evans says the start of the school year has been pushed back one day to August 18th to allow time to finish cleanup and provide teachers with at least one work day to prepare classrooms for students.

The Nemaha County Sheriff’s Office says the vandalism took place sometime late August 2nd or early August 3rd.  The ballfield concession stand also was vandalized.  In addition, an undisclosed amount of money was stolen.

The case remains under investigation and the sheriff’s  department is pursuing several leads.

Evans says a damage estimate isn't yet available.

Its the second time this year that a school in USD 113 has been vandalized.

Over Easter weekend, Sabetha High School was vandalized.  Four Sabetha teens have been charged in that case.

Anyone with information regarding the Wetmore school vandalism may call the Nemaha County Sheriff’s Office at 785-336-2311.

 

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