Update: Hershey Administration Investigating Broken Window

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Update: Hershey Administration Investigating Broken Window

The broken glass window in the F wing stairwell is pictured. It was quickly covered with wood for safety precautions. (Broadcaster/Eva Baker)

The broken glass window in the F wing stairwell is pictured. It was quickly covered with wood for safety precautions. (Broadcaster/Eva Baker)

The broken glass window in the F wing stairwell is pictured. It was quickly covered with wood for safety precautions. (Broadcaster/Eva Baker)

The broken glass window in the F wing stairwell is pictured. It was quickly covered with wood for safety precautions. (Broadcaster/Eva Baker)

Eva Baker, Reporter

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On Monday, January 13th, a window in the F-wing stairwell was broken. 

The official cause is still unknown according to Principal Jeffrey Smith. The investigation is still ongoing to unearth what happened.

Their investigation consists of talking to students who were thought to be there when the incident occurred. However, there was no information gained from the interviews. 

If the incident was discovered to be on purpose, the student would have to pay for the cost of the window repair.

Repairing the window would not close the stairwell for students as it would be done over the weekend or overnight.