Damaging school property

Mt. Taylor Parents,

I want to inform you of a disturbing trend that came from TiK Tok

that we are seeing here at Mt. Taylor.  This trend is showing videos  of students using the strings of broken masks to damage chairs and desks.  These two pictures are examples of what damage can be done.  We have spoken to our district office about this activity.  Following the direction of the district and other GCCS schools, if students are caught doing this behavior they will have to pay to replace or repair the damaged property.  I ask that you have a conversation with your child and reinforce the severity of following along or taking part in these behaviors.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the school.

Thank you for your continued support.