High School Students Make Supervised Mess
KSCB News - April 1, 2013 8:34 am
A prank at Garden City High School wasn’t done in secret.
Principal James Mireles let 50 to 100 seniors into the school on a recent Sunday night to perform a supervised senior prank. The students used streamers, yarn, toilet paper and newspapers to cover the commons area. They also used sidewalk chalk outside.
Mireles says several seniors asked for permission beforehand and promised to clean up after their classmates got a chance to see their handiwork. Mireles acknowledged that some people were surprised and that he wasn’t anticipating the Vaseline on door handles.
But he says he didn’t think any teachers were complaining.
Senior Gary Harley says his sole regret is that only 10 people showed up to clean up the mess.