School officials in Arlington, Massachusetts, are investigating recent anti-Semitic graffiti at a local middle school.
In a letter from the superintendent sent to families on Friday, officials say the principal is speaking to all students during lunch periods at the Ottoson Middle School.
The letter also went on to say: "This incident is an unfortunate reminder that we have ongoing work as a school community to engage students in understanding and living up to our core values, including openness to all races, religions and cultures."
The administration says they will meet with the Arlington Human Rights Commission to ensure that type of incident is not repeated.
Meanwhile, school officials in Newton, Massachusetts, are dealing with several similar incidents.