VIDOR — Parents of Vidor High School students voiced concern on social media Monday night about a disturbing message written on a bathroom stall in the school.
"May God forgive me for what I may unleash upon this school," the graffiti read. "Kill me," the words continued in red. "I'll see you guys in hell."
Cartoon doodles of a pentagram and horror movie style symbols accompanied the writing.
A parent shared this Facebook post with 12News. According to parents, the graffiti was discovered in the boys' bathroom.
Vidor High school boys bathroom today December 10, 2018. Y'all share the crap out of this. This makes me feel very...Posted by Miranda Sue Laurence on Monday, December 10, 2018
Superintendent Jay Killgo responded to the incident. Vidor High School administrators were notified about the graffiti this morning, he told 12News in an email. Killgo said police on the campus were notified immediately and began investigating.
"Vidor ISD takes this issue seriously, but also realizes that we cannot stop education based on any perceived problem," Killgo said. "We will continue to investigate the problem and maintain the safe, structured learning environment that our students need."
Vidor ISD spokesperson Sally Andrews also confirmed that the district is investigating.
Vidor Police Chief Rod Carroll told 12News that Vidor ISD Police is handling the incident.