SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. – They're no bigger than a few inches wide, but for some, they're making a big statement.
Students at Central Valley High School said they started noticing racist stickers plastered around campus and along Sullivan.
Someone stuck the stickers on several light poles near the gymnasium and parking lot.
The principal said he will turn the investigation over to the on-site school deputy Wednesday. The Central Valley School District said it plans to review surveillance video and interview students.
In the meantime, students said people have been peeling them off themselves.
As for where they came from, KREM 2 News found a website where the stickers can be purchased.