Kit Moran has seen it all during his 40-year teaching and administrative career. Back then, much worse was written in the stalls: demeaning language, racial slurs, homophobic rants, and even death threats.
Occasionally, Moran said, police would have to get involved. Dexter may have graffiti, and not all of it is pleasant, but Moran feels it [graffiti] is much better and safer than what he has seen before.
According to daytime custodian Maria Mast, the most common things are “F***…. [someone or something]” or a drug reference. Another common pattern is deep thoughts and personal feelings: “Is life worth living”, “Why am I alive?” and many others. Mast chooses to cover up mean words or drawings directed towards someone before she covers up a juul in a pool floaty. Many things reference drug usage such as juuling and smoking (especially on school grounds).