Police are asking anyone with a video surveillance system in the neighborhood to check their cameras and report any suspicious activity.
Officials are also requesting that residents search their property, especially all garbage and recycling bins, for any evidence that may be linked to the event.
Ballantyne, for one, wants to see other crosswalks in the town painted in solid colors that are relevant to various people for different reasons.
“You’re never going to win,” she remarked, addressing those responsible for the vandalism. “Hate has no place here.” “Love always triumphs.”
Crews spent three hours on scene, both putting out the fire and ventilating the building.
In a notice to parents, Anglophone South School District superintendent, Zoë Watson, said the extent of the damage is still being assessed.
The letter goes on to encourage parents to speak to their children who may feel distressed about the fire.