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ASD calls on community to help prevent school vandalism
The district is asking members of the community to be proactive to keep schools safe from vandalism. On the night of May 31, a playground structure at Taku Elementary was burned, causing tens of thousands of dollars in damage. The community is encouraged to keep an eye on school grounds and call police immediately if people see any suspicious activity. Additionally, the district is participating in the camper host program this year where RV travelers are allowed to park at school facilities in exchange for providing a presence at ASD buildings during the summer months. There are 43 camper hosts at schools this summer. For more information about the camper host program, visit www.asdk12.org/events/camper_host.asp.
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