The district says the comments have been deleted and a police report has been filed.
EDINA, Minn. — Edina Public Schools officials said they were “saddened and deeply disappointed” after learning of the hateful messages left on the district’s Kuhlman Stadium tennis courts.
The posts included “anti-Asian, anti-Black and anti-LGBTQ writing,” according to the district.
“We are saddened and deeply disappointed to learn that this has happened within our community and on our property. Edina Public Schools does not condone behaviors and actions that target members of protected class groups” , the district said in a statement. “The messages expressed do not reflect our school district or the values we stand for.”
According to the statement, the posts have been deleted and the school district has filed a police report.
This is not the first time schools in Edina have faced racism in recent months. In March, Edina High School said it took action after a video was shared on social media showing several students mocking Asian accents and another student giving a Nazi salute.
Edina Public Schools said the district is working with the City of Edina and other groups to host “One Town, One Family” community meetings this fall, focused on creating an inclusive and welcoming community.
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