Students at Walter M. Williams High School in Burlington, North Carolina, are pouring cement in toilets as a “senior prank,” according to the Alamance-Burlington School System
from: Brayden Stamps
BURLINGTON, N.C. (WGHP) – A North Carolina school district is investigating a “senior prank” at Williams High School in Burlington that caused over $4,000 in damage. The school system says students “broke in” overnight and poured cement in the toilets and urinals.
Williams wasn’t the only school to suffer damage either, according to the Alamance-Burlington School System.
At several other high schools, maintenance crews are cleaning up overturned desks, damaged lockers, graffiti, eggs, and trash. In addition, other cases of vandalism have been reported throughout the district.
“We believe in celebrating milestones in a responsible and respectful way, without crossing the line and causing harm,” ABSS said in a statement.
The district says students involved in the vandalism may face suspension and criminal prosecution. Any seniors involved are prohibited from attending graduation ceremonies.