Senior Prank Causes $4,000 In Damages, Closes NC School For The Day

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ROANOKE RAPIDS, N.C. — A senior prank "went too far" overnight and resulted in the closure of Roanoke Rapids High School, school official Les Atkins said Tuesday morning.

According to Atkins, the senior prank "typically involves toilet paper in the courtyard, but this year it went too far — a lot too far."

Atkins said that while students did toilet paper the school, the biggest issues are that they poured what officials believe is vegetable oil all over the 100-year-old hardwood floors and they super glued the door locks. Students also spray-painted windows at the high school.

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