McClatchy High School
Parents were surprised to find out the cage they helped raise $20,000 to build in 2012 was taken down since it wasn’t ADA compliant, and didn’t meet building code.
Students without desks and trash piling up, these are the signs of budget cuts at a local high school.
The school was damaged Monday night or early Tuesday morning, according to Gabe Ross, Sacramento City Unified School District spokesman. Vandals painted graffiti, glued locks and taped tacks on the driveway.
About 25 to 30 students at McClatchy High School will not be allowed to participate in their graduation ceremony on Friday after damage was done to the school during a senior prank over the weekend.
Sacramento City Unified School District Superintendent Jonathan Raymond has ordered the McClatchy and Kennedy high school football teams to forfeit their games this weekend as a consequence for the fight between players Friday.
A high school teacher has been arrested for allegedly molesting an underage student, authorities said.