HENRICO COUNTY, Va. (WWBT) – Restrooms in two hallways of Glen Allen High School will reopen after their closures earlier this week, according to administrators.
In an email sent to families on Wednesday, administrators said that restrooms in two upstairs hallways would reopen starting Thursday.
“Students will need to sign in when entering the restrooms, as this helps with our accountability,” the email said.
The main bathrooms in the common areas of the school will also be available for use. Meanwhile, restrooms in two other hallways will remain closed.
“We appreciate our students’ flexibility with these changes,” the email said. “We are asking families to partner with us to discuss with their student(s) ways in which they can help ensure the safety and security of our building. This includes not vandalizing property, reporting concerning behaviors, and following school rules about being in their assigned locations.”
The original closures come after reports of vandalism at the school.
A Henrico County Public Schools spokeswoman said the vandalism in the bathrooms included students writing on bathroom stalls, and in one case, a soap dispenser was removed from the wall.
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