A student at Grayson High School in Loganville drew a large swastika in the dew on the school football field the morning of Tuesday, Aug. 22.

By the time school officials received a photo of the Nazi symbol that morning and investigated, the dew had evaporated, removing the swastika.

When a second photo with students near the swastika emerged Friday, Aug. 25, administrators were able to identify the culprit. That student faces disciplinary action, the Gwinnett Daily Post reported.

An email from Principal Dana Pugh to parents said the bigotry and hatred associated with the swastika are not welcome at Grayson, according to Fox 5.