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09 September 2016

Vandalism at Eastern Hills Senior High School

At this stage, we understand there to be extensive damage to more than 100 windows and flooding in some areas of the school.

50 students who are attending school today are continuing their schooling in an unaffected area of Eastern Hills Senior High School with access to toilets and the canteen.

North Metropolitan Regional Executive Director Jim Webb said:

“Vandalism of this scale is highly unusual and is upsetting for the whole school community who are very proud of their school,” he said.

“Eastern Hills Senior High School quickly acted to notify parents of the damage and is continuing to run classes for around 50 students today.

“All damaged areas of the school are cordoned off and police and a forensic team have attended the site.

“Repair work will be undertaken today so that classes can resume on Monday.”


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