Dear Bad People,
I understand, being bad people, that you often do bad things. But there are bad things, and then there are bad things. Perhaps you didn’t know that school you broke in to was part of Dallas Services. I hadn’t heard of it either, until someone told me it’s a “a non-profit agency that provides day school and therapy services for special needs children and offers a low vision clinic for people with issues caused by diabetes, macular degeneration, glaucoma, etc.” You stole from kids. Not only that, you stole from special needs kids. Very bad.
If you stole a bunch of stuff from a bunch of different places, and you can’t remember what you took from Dallas Services, I’ll include the list the executive director emailed after the jump. That way, you can return what you took and go back to being a normal bad person.
Sometime between 9:30 AM Saturday and 11:30 AM Sunday, the school was burglarized. The thieves broke out the glass pane in the back door to the Peach Room.
6 laptop computers (5 from classrooms and one from my office)
1 monitor for school director’s office
Keys out of the receptionist’s locked desk
Digital camera out of my office
Petty cash…still determining exact amount
Money Changer on vending machine (this does not belong to us)
A $52 Target Gift Card
A $1 lottery scratch off ticket (we were beginning to build a Lottery tree for the Fall Fest)
Some dilation drops from the vision clinic
Batteries from both vision clinic and school
Glass panel in Peach room door
Door to school director’s office-must have kicked it in (damaged beyond repair)
Glass panel into vision clinic
Glass panels in both offices just outside the vision clinic
Glass panel into office outside of board room
Glass panel into my conference room
Door to Milanka’s office-damaged beyond repair
7 File cabinets and two overhead bins damaged
Vision Clinic’s lobby furniture covered in glass
Glass panel on vending machine (this does not belong to us)
All offices were ransacked.
Tuition drop box damaged beyond repair
Petty cash box damaged beyond repair
One crib damaged beyond repair
Police Called yesterday; arrived about 2:00
Fingerprint crew arrived about 4:00
Insurance company called
Glass cleaned up and the panel in the Peach Room door boarded up
Office’s put back together
Locksmith called for re-keying
Acquiring bids on renovation of damaged doors, glass panels, etc.
There were some parent checks in the tuition drop box. Those parents have been contacted to “Be On the Look Out” for any action in their checking account. We are drafting a memo to send to all parents this afternoon.
No checks, deposit slips, etc. were taken.
Personnel and family files do not appear tampered with.