Adios Graffiti Art: Mack Walls Painted White, Grey, Colorless

Adios Graffiti: Mack Painted White, Grey, Bland, Colorless

Its graffiti art gave Mack pizazz. But Wednesday, a crew started painting over the bright orange, blue, green, purple, letters.
Even one teacher sighed, “I really liked the graffiti art. It was colorful, symbolic of school culture.” But McClymonds is preparing for Western Association of Schools and Colleges review of accreditation. WASC criteria passed in 2010  require that schools be “free of graffiti and clean.”

 

****** The lockers still carry graffiti art, as of now.

2 responses to “Adios Graffiti Art: Mack Walls Painted White, Grey, Colorless

  1. I would have preferred the graffiti too. 😛

  2. That’s a shame. I think they should have waiting for WASC to determine if it were graffiti or not, since they were positive, academic focused messages.

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