Jackson police investigators are working with the Teton County, Idaho’s sheriff’s department to find the vandals who did about $40-thousand in damage to a school in Driggs one week ago. Computer hard drives from the vandalized school are being analyzed for leads that may be on them that could help identify those responsible for the damage. Sheriff’s officials say they have identified several people of interest in the case. Meanwhile, school district personnel there are working feverishly to make repairs to the Upper Elementary School after the vandals broke into the building, destroyed computers, audio-visual equipment, light fixtures and left graffiti all over the walls. Superintendent Monte Woolstenhulme says there was so much broken glass on the floor that the carpet has to be replaced for student safety. The school is scheduled to reopen for teachers to prepare their classrooms on August 18th and students to attend their first day of class on August 24th.