Late Monday night, the home of an Alliance City School staff member was allegedly vandalized.

The vandalization included hateful language, including the use of the 'n-word'.

Alliance City School district superintendent Robert Gress released a statement saying, "there is no room for racism and intolerance in the Alliance community or in our School District."

He went on to say the school district teaches its students the importance of 'equality and understanding of all people regardless of their race, religion or background to create acceptance and awareness.'

The school district also noted if you have any information about the individual who commited this hateful act, to contact the proper authorities.

The district is providing resources and support for any students impact by the racist act.