From th West Seattle Blog, a report of yet another break-in (the second in two months) at Arbor Heights Elementary. Both times, computers were taken. From WS Blog:
4:29 PM UPDATE: More information from SPS’s Wippel:
Four computers were stolen today, worth $1,800 each – $7,200 total –
“And no budget to replace them. The four stolen last November weren’t
replaced either. (Principal) Christy Collins said the kids ‘feel
How did the thieves get in?
spokesperson Det. Mark Jamieson tells WSB the break-in
was discovered after an alarm went off around 5 am; officers found a
door, hinge pins removed, propped open on the south side of the school,
and started searching.
Yes, this school really does need rebuilding because this is NOT how buildings are today.
It's heartless to take from a school that clearly has so little. Maybe there's another way to get those computers replaced.