Vandals Continue to Target Hamburg School Superintendent

May 12, 2014 Updated May 12, 2014 at 6:40 PM EDT

By Hannah Buehler

May 12, 2014 Updated May 12, 2014 at 6:40 PM EDT

TONAWANDA, NY (WKBW) It’s the second threat in a week for Hamburg School Superintendent Richard Jetter, who woke up Saturday morning to his rental car egged, and eggs in the bushes and lawn of his Tonawanda home.

Jetter was driving a rental car because of vandalism to his Nissan during a school board meeting Tuesday.

Wednesday, members of the community, teachers and students hosted a rally in support of Jetter.

This most recent act of vandalism not sitting well with Hamburg board members.

"Obviously we're very concerned," said board president Dave Yoviene. "It's a last act of desperation by someone out there that does not like our current administration."

Many have speculated about who is behind this. The district is facing a 2.2 million-dollar budget gap. Some say the needs of the students have been put behind, and board members have a hard time getting along.

Despite the incident, Jetter continues to stay in good spirits.

"In the face of adversity, and the tough job of superintendents every day, this will not spear me from the great work we have to do here in Hamburg," said Jetter.