School administrators suspended over senior prank

Pennsylvania

SUNBURY, Pa. (WHTM) – A Pennsylvania school district has suspended a high school principal and vice principal after a senior prank went too far.

WNEP-TV reports 16 seniors at Shikellamy High School in Sunbury flipped desks, toilet papered hallways, and unleashed a dozen chickens inside classrooms overnight. The prank was supervised by the school’s senior advisor, who is also suspended.

“There was a lot of toilet paper, a lot of vaseline on the handles of doors. There were chickens,” Shikellamy senior Brian Snyder told the television station. ” I think people are taking it too seriously, but I could see why people would be upset about the whole classroom destruction.”

The students responsible must come in two hours early every day until graduation to do extra cleaning around the school and community service.

The superintendent is in charge of the high school. A meeting will be held next Monday to discuss when and if the principal, vice principal, and senior advisor are allowed to come back.

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