Wisconsin high school seniors praised for car-into-office prank

  • Wisconsin high school seniors praised for car-into-office prank

Wisconsin high school seniors praised for car-into-office prank

The students cut a white sedan in half and placed it up against the building. It was then positioned in front of the high school.

The seniors at Cumberland High School used tape and a tarp to create a "black hole" on the side of their school building, then stuck half of an old auto against the wall and scattered loose bricks around the scene.

The idea was to make it look like a auto had gone through the high school wall.

'We didn't want to be there long because we didn't want to attract attention, ' Pasko said.

"As always, the safety and security of our students is our number one priority", said Truitt.

The West ISD issued a statement Monday aimed at debunking rumors that a student was seriously injured during a senior prank.

It took only seven minutes to set the scene up, the paper said. "We made sure we didn't damage any school property".

That was indeed the reaction Monday morning. The group staged the "accident" right outside of the principal's office, the school district said. "Because from far enough away, it did look real". Backstreet Boy AJ McLean was enlisted back in January to help the district announce a snow day.

However, Pasko said this latest effort has certainly drawn reaction around town.

Cumberland High School gave a shout-out to its seniors who managed to make everyone think a auto had crashed into the principal's office.

But in the end, everyone had a good laugh.

Even the Cumberland Police Department, which had to salute the seniors.

Graduating seniors at Cumberland High School in Wisconsin made school officials nervous Monday morning when they positioned an old vehicle to look as though it had crashed into the side of the school.

When the local police department offers congratulations to an entire class on its senior prank, you know they pulled off something great.

Graduation week... Nice work seniors!