MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - A group of students face disciplinary action for a possible prank overnight at Park Crossing High School, Montgomery Public Schools officials confirmed.
Montgomery Public Schools Senior Communication Officer Tom Salter said parts of the school and an MPS vehicle were vandalized, and more than 20 students have been identified in video footage from the incident.
The superintendents says while it may have been meant as a prank, there will still be repercussions.
“Students need to understand that there are consequences for breaking the rules,” said Moore. “Once we have identified the offenders, those who are seniors will not be allowed to walk across the stage at graduation, and restitution and completion of community service will be required before their diplomas are released.”
Montgomery Police Department Capt. Regina Duckett says police are assisting MPS in the ongoing investigation but no charges have been filed at this time.
Parents of the involved students will be notified by the school or central office administrators.