DeKalb County School District has increased security patrols, repaired locks and fences and installed motion-sensors after a rash of break-ins plagued Chamblee Charter High School.
District spokesman Walter Woods confirmed Monday that although security has been upgraded, the district is still trying to determine all that has been stolen.
"We're still trying to evaluate the value of what's been taken, but it included supplies like computer and calculators," Woods said.
Police reported a rash of break-ins at mobile units over the Labor Day and Columbus Day weekends.
Thieves targeted the 32 mobile units on site being used by students and teachers while the .
Teachers in the classrooms spoke out recently saying that they were frustrated by the break-ins and were concerned that the missing equipment would not be replaced.