Six students suspended, one custodian fired over Post-it Note prank
Six seniors have been suspended and one custodian fired after administrators say a senior prank went too far.
"We Post-it noted the entire front lobby everywhere around school... windows and the hallways and stuff,"said Clayton High School Senior Class President Saxton Archer.
"I walked in the front doors and saw it all gone and I was shocked," remembered salutatorian Justine Weatherman.
And one-by-one five seniors and one junior were called into the principal's office and suspended for the rest of the week.
Mill Creek Community School Superintendent Patrick Spray said it's because they were trespassing.
"The students accessed the building when they weren't supposed to be in the building," he said.
But the students said they had permission from several employees at the school, were given a key to the school by a school board member and even had a custodian with them the entire time.
"She supervised and made sure nothing wrong happened and she just got fired over it,"said Chase Wilson, Junior.
But Superintendent Spray said none of that matters and he is sticking to the suspensions.
"We don't know what could have happened or what may have happened and we are fortunate in this incident that it didn't go worse."
Spray saidthe students will still be able to walk through graduation provided they don't get into any other sticky situations by May 23.