Two Students Identified in Kickapoo Vandalism

Authorities have identified two students they believe are connected to the vandalism that occurred at Kickapoo High School.

School officials revealed an incident of vandalism containing racist hate speech and symbols.

Police conducted an investigation, and used video camera footage of the school to aid in finding those involved. They also interviewed students regarding the situation.

Principal Bill Powers issued a statement on Tuesday. The students were identified Wednesday.

Stephen Hall, the Chief Information Officer at SPS, says both students were white and are enrolled at Kickapoo.

The vandalism contained anti-black and anti-Jewish hate speech.