A week after being rocked by social media postings of its students doing a Nazi salute and arranging beer pong cups into the shape of a swastika, Newport Harbor High School was vandalized by Nazi posters on campus last weekend.
The vandals hit the high school Saturday night or early Sunday morning, according to Annette Franco, a spokeswoman for the Newport-Mesa Unified School District.
School administrators immediately called police when the posters were noticed and then took them down, Franco said.
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School district board members will meet Tuesday night and might discuss a proposal to form a human relations task force to form a plan to educate students, parents and educators on racism and bigotry.
Last week, 89-year-old Eva Schloss, whose father, brother and stepsister Anne Frank died in the Holocaust, met with a group of Newport Beach students involved in the controversial photos that sparked community outrage.