Consequences loom for those pulling ‘destructive’ senior pranks

A tradition that many seniors talk about is senior prank day. While pranks can be funny, they can also go terribly wrong too.

For Hamilton High School Principal Doug Braschler, senior pranks are not something he believes should happen.

“There is no such thing as senior pranks,” Mr. Braschler said. “That isn’t a right of passage. Seniors can choose to leave their legacy any way they want, and if they choose to be destructive in any way, they will have consequences.”

Though senior pranks were a tradition a few years ago they were allowed to do senior pranks why they stop? Well here are the opinions of the senior graduating this year.

“Do it,” said senior Skyler Canfield.

“‪If there’s nothing “destructive” involved…I don’t see anything wrong with them!  I love a good prank!”‬ said library secretary Mrs. Suzie Alward.

“I’ve got it covered, don’t tell a soul,” senior Jordan Boeve said.

It seems the seniors may have something cooked up for May 10.

That could be something to look forward to for some. Whether it reaches the epic pranks of past years when students put a car on the roof of the middle school, time will only tell.

As Mr.Brachler said, “if they choose to be destructive in any way, they will have consequences.”

So beware of the things that can happen to people with bad ideas.

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