SAN RAMON (KRON) — Parent and students connected to California High School in San Ramon expressed their emotions towards the recent racist slurs and graffiti that is being displayed on campus.
According to the San Ramon Valley Unified School District, four incidents have occurred on the campus within months causing the school to have an emergency meeting.
The most recent slur was discovered in the boy’s bathroom, the saying read “I hate N*****.”
Parents are demanding a zero-tolerance policy. Students even spoke out and expressed their emotional distress when coming to school everyday.
Alana Winston the president of the Black Student Union on campus said that this incident goes beyond the graffiti.
“It is countless and countless encounters with people, rude and disrespectful”
Parents and administrators are working together to address the situation.