It's evident the election results have left a profound impression on so many people across the nation.

Some say they feel confused and fearful while others say they're pleased and hopeful.

Students at Plano East Senior High are no exception to these very same feelings.

A Facebook post made its rounds on social media Wednesday evening leaving students questioning the state of their own school.

The post says someone wrote "Build That Wall" on the breezeway at the school. It also claims a student snatched a "Make America Great Again" hat off another student in what appeared to be the cafeteria and that a Muslim student's hijab was ripped off her head.

News 8 spoke with the Muslim student, senior Amar Alhakim, and she confirms she had her hijab pulled while walking from one building to another Wednesday.

"All of a sudden I feel like a hand on my bun in the back. He tries to pull it. I just push him. And I ran inside. I was really scared. I didn't know what to do," she said.

Alhakim also tells us she took the day off from school Thursday because she felt it was an unsafe place for her even after reporting the incident to the school's principal.

"I'm just really hurt. I just never expected it," she said.

Many of Alhakim's peers, other PESH parents and former alum have since expressed concern and support for the her and other similar incidents on social media.

"This is something that's part of me. My Hijab is my identity, my honor, my respect and I would never trade it for anyone else," Alhakim told News 8.

News 8 reached out to Plano Independent School District Wednesday regarding some of the incidents on campus. We received the following statement:

Upon arriving at school today to find upsetting graffiti chalked on a campus walkway, Principal George King encouraged sensitivity among students. He immediately had the graffiti removed and encouraged staff members to infuse rational calm into their thoughts and words as they addressed students who may be experiencing raw feelings. Mr. King reminded students and staff that this is a time to promote healing.

There was no report of a student's having her hijab removed by peers, but a student did report that a fellow student touched her hijab and asked if she was okay.

We reached back out to PISD Thursday after speaking with Alhakim and they issues the following:

"A student described an incident in which a fellow student touched her hijab," said Lesley Range-Stanton, a spokesperson with Plano ISD. "Administrators became aware of the incident through the student’s Twitter post and investigated as appropriate. No complaint was filed."

After digging through social media regarding the other incidents mentioned, here's what we were able to find:

Many other students shared the same "Build That Wall" photo across Twitter and expressing their disappointment in their peers.

The Facebook video showing one student snatching what appears to be a Donald Trump "Make America Great Again" hat off another in the school cafeteria does indeed exist. (WARNING: This video contains explicit language)

Additionally, a tweet shows an email was sent to parents of PESH students after an online threat was made. The email from the school principal, George King says a person claimed on Twitter that they were going to bring a gun to the campus on Thursday. The school says after investigation, they found the tweet not credible.

There is no word on whether or not these situations are related.