RB principal says senior prank tradition likely over after vandalism
2 students face charges, 55 students disciplined after prank
RIVERSIDE – An more than 20-year tradition at Riverside Brookfield High School has likely to come to an end.
The so-called senior prank, where students come to the school before Homecoming Weekend and decorate the school in toilet paper and shaving cream, will probably be banned next year, according to Principal Pam Bylsma.
The banning of the tradition probably wasn’t far off, Bylsma said, but when the prank got out of control this year – two students were charged with felonies and many more faced discipline at the school – it was the last straw.
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