Are senior pranks a disappearing tradition?
The Dallas Morning News
worries that in many Texas schools the senior prank is a fast disappearing tradition. The reasons for its departure: high-tech security and stricter discipline standards. One senior is quoted as saying, "Maybe we'd do something if there weren't cameras everywhere and punishments weren't so crazy."
Well, it's not disappearing everywhere. This year students at Fort Walton Beach High School
slipped the "F word" into the yearbook by spelling it out in red letters spread across several pages. Students at Christian Community School
ordered 5100 free priority mail boxes from the post office and stacked them floor to ceiling in the school hallway. And some students at Normal Community West High School
released greased pigs into the auditorium.
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