The Wooster City School District has wrapped up its investigation into some racial and homophobic slurs that were found written on a chalkboard and carved into a desk in one of the classrooms at the high school.  According to Superintendent Michael Tefs, the investigation concluded that the words were simply an adolescent error in judgment and not intentional hate speech.  Two African American female students at the high school admitted to writing the offensive words.  Citing privacy laws, the district is declining to comment on whether or not the pair has been disciplined.