The livestream of the Bethel High School graduation ceremony last night was taken down after someone typed racial slurs in the chat feature. School Superintendent Christine Carver and High School Principal Chris Troetti sent a letter to parents expressing their anger, frustration and sadness over the incident. They say the decision was made to stop the live stream in an effort to not give the individual a platform for hate. Bethel School officials have contacted the Police Department to assist in identifying the individual responsible for the hate crime. Part of the letter addressed graduates directly, with the pair saying that they are extremely proud of their accomplishments. A video of the event will be made available for graduates and their families in the coming days. Carver and Troetti says they will keep the community updated on progress of the investigation.