Senior Prank In Wisconsin A Big Hit, Praised By Police

Four students at Cumberland High School in Wisconsin fooled people into thinking a car had crashed into the principal's office on Monday with their elaborate senior prank

Four students at Cumberland High School in Wisconsin fooled people into thinking a car had crashed into the principal's office on Monday with their elaborate senior prank

Pranks that happen during homecoming week, last weeks of school etc.

First they but some black tarp up on the side of the building to look like a hole.

Before school lets out for summer and the graduating class leaves the halls of their high school forever, seniors take one last jab at their teachers and principals.

A police department in Wisconsin is applauding the work of some high school students for their senior prank.

Black plastic made it look like the vehicle had broken through the brick wall, and matching bricks added to the effect.

As high school senior pranks go, this one may be one of the best.

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"Both students were examined by the school nurse, discussed the incident with the campus principal and returned to class", he said.

When the local police congratulate the entire class on their senior prank, you know they pulled off something great.

"The best part? This prank included absolutely no damage at all to school property", officials said.

The back of the auto said "CHS Class of 2018".

The high school also posted photos of the "accident". "Parents who host lose the most", the banner reads, referring to parents who allow underage kids to drink. So the class of 2019 has big shoes to fill next year.

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