Senior Prank Gets 15 Kids Banned From Prom Here In New Jersey
LOUISVILLE, KY - JANUARY 11: Unused lunch tables are seen in an empty cafeteria during a period of Non-Traditional Instruction (NTI) at Hazelwood Elementary School on January 11, 2022 in Louisville, Kentucky. Jefferson County Public Schools, along with many other school districts in the US, have switched to NTI in response to severe staffing shortages caused by the prevalence of the omicron variant of COVID-19. (Photo by Jon Cherry/Getty Images)
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Over in Lacey Twp High School, 15 kids in total were not allowed to attend their senior prom and were also suspended 5 days after they did their senior prank.
What they did was move the cafeteria tables into the hallway so that when the school staff came in the next day they would see it all.
Senior pranks have been going on for so many years and if you ask me this one is not even bad. I mean no one got hurt or injured and nothing was even damaged. 5 days suspended and NO PROM seems a bit harsh to do that to the kids who were just having some fun in their last years together.
They did not even break in, they went in the unlocked back door and moved the cafeteria tables in the hallways. A lot of parents and family members are really upset over this and how the school is handling it. I’m sure if the kids knew they were going to get in this much trouble they probably would not even think twice about doing it.
LOUISVILLE, KY – MARCH 12: Tamara Robinson, a member of Jefferson County Public Schools housekeeping staff, sanitizes a cafeteria table to display COVID-19 safety precautions at Byck Elementary School on March 12, 2021 in Louisville, Kentucky. Members of JCPS administration outlined new operational procedures in preparation for the March 17 public school reopening. The discussion and demonstration were held Friday to inform the public about how the district would ensure the safety of students and faculty once public schools returned to session. (Photo by Jon Cherry/Getty Images)
I remember our senior prank back in my high school days, we let a 200-pound pig run around the school and also brought a broken-down car and put it in the middle of the school.
We did not get in any trouble nor we were not suspended and not allowed to our prom.
PRESTON, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 13: A pig looks on while in a barn on October 13, 2021 in Preston, England. British pig farmers say a combination of Brexit and COVID-19 has led to an exodus of migrant workers from abattoirs and meat processors. This leaves pigs to over-fatten on units across the UK. Once over a certain weight, abattoirs charge penalties for handling the animals leaving many farms unable to afford their services. The National Farmers Union warned recently that up to 150,000 animals would have to be culled by pig farmers. (Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images)
I think these kids should just be told to put the tables back and definitely should be allowed to attend their senior prom. What is your thought on this?
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