A pair of swastikas were discovered this week at East Meadow High School, Newsday reported.
The antisemitic symbols were found Monday in a classroom.
“The district cannot comment on ongoing investigations. The East Meadow School District is taking this matter seriously and will do all it can to provide a safe and nurturing school environment for our students,” Superintendent of Schools Ken Rosner said in a statement.
This comes as FBI Director Christopher Wray told Congress on Monday that the US is seeing “historic levels” of antisemitic cases.
‘I was once again disheartened and outraged to learn about an incident of antisemitic vandalism at East Meadow High School,” Nassau County Legislator Arnold Drucker (D-Plainview).
At a time when hatred targeting Jews is spiking around the world, it is essential for all of us to remain vigilant and immediately condemn and confront any bigoted act we observe or experience,” Nassau County Legislator Arnold W. Drucker (D – Plainview) said.