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Vail school bus pranksters banned from graduation ceremony

The three Vail School District seniors who caused $10,000 worth of damage to the district bus fleet got a “harsh” punishment.

They were not allowed to attend the graduation ceremony, according to a report from KVOA.com.

The report mentions the two 18-year-olds were booked into jail, but didn’t say what became of the 17-year-old.

Senior pranksters sit out graduation ceremony

“I feel bad for them but I feel that was just punishment for them because it was very bad prank, they deserve it,” says Denise Slay, a parent.

However, they will get their diplomas.

Read story: www.kvoa.com/global/story.asp?s=10406802

Since we don’t yet know what full extent of the punishment will be, hard to gauge if it’s just.

I will agree with others who commented earlier this week that some of today’s youth often seem spoiled and unwilling to face up to consequences.

At least these three guys turned themselves in.

My mom is retiring from teaching this year. She’s had enough.

It’s to the point where parents call to yell at her if their children come home with a B.

One dad went ballistic when his daughter was given lunch detention for breaking a rule about chewing gum.

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