East Bay News
Judge rules against students involved in prank
BRENTWOOD, Calif. (KGO) -- Late Tuesday afternoon, a judge ruled against the parents of a group of high school seniors who were suspended after a prank that school administrators went too far.
The judge denied the parents' request that the Heritage High School students be allowed to take their final exams and participate in their class' graduation ceremony this weekend.
Thirty seniors have been suspended, but as many as 80 students were involved in the incidents last Thursday night, which ranged from painting the ground of the campus quad to chaining up a lamb and leaving it there overnight. Administrators say the pranks crossed the line from harmless fun to serious vandalism.
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