It's because police said this weekend a 14-year-old boy admitted to damaging each of them.
Officers were called to Early Head Start on W. Main just after midnight Sunday.
Glass doors and a side window were busted. However, the boy was still inside.
Police said he told them he was not sure why he broke in.
The boy also admitted to damaging windows and doors at Harris Uniforms, Scotti Marketing and Habitat for Humanity.
The boy was turned over to his mom.