Four different cities saw anti-Semitic vandalism on Wednesday - not even including the attempted arsons on synagogues in Chicago and Boston.
“I look at it and I laugh,” he told people who asked about the sign, which called for gassing Jews.
Rabbi Craig Rosenstein said that his adopted daughter, who is in seventh grade, is also African-American.
“Stop racism now,” he said while burning the flag.
The school said the sign, brought by a student, was protected free speech.
The vandalism is being investigated as a bias incident.
“We did go one month without, but I’m sad that I have to report this.”
One resident - whose family survived the Holocaust - opposed the name change, saying it erased history.
How worried should American Jews be about anti-Semitic vandalism?
The homeowner, Ted Ferris, isn’t Jewish. “My first reaction? If I knew who did it, I’d choke ‘em — and that’s [saying it] politely,” he said.