Community reacts to anti-Semitic drawings

Alumni, neighbors, elected officials respond


Rachel Cohen

Five anti-Semitic drawings were discovered throughout Pascack Valley, causing the closure of the boys bathroom on the second floor. The PV community has reacted on Twitter about the incidents.

After The Smoke Signal broke the story that swastikas have been found at Pascack Valley, the community has spoken out about anti-Semitism. Two anti-Semitic drawings were confirmed by Pascack Valley Regional High School District Superintendent Erik Gundersen at the Board of Education meeting Monday, Nov. 5, along with three swastikas found Tuesday, Nov. 6, by staff. Below are collected tweets of reactions to the incidents.

Responses from Graduates and Students of PV

Responses from Teachers

Responses from the Community

Responses from Other Schools

Other News Coverage

Swastikas Found Inside New Jersey High School — WCBS 880 AM

‘Hate Won’t Overshadow Us’—Police Probe Swastikas — Pascack Press

New Jersey Governor’s Response