Local school district moves to halt rumors surrounding senior prank

Local school district moves to halt rumors surrounding senior prank

Local school district moves to halt rumors surrounding senior prank

The senior class of Cumberland High School in western Wisconsin may have pulled off one of the greatest senior pranks to date.

Cumberland police posted pictures to Facebook, saying "hats off to Cumberland High School Class of 2018" and congratulating them on their upcoming graduation.

A senior prank done by students at Cumberland High School was so good even the local police had to give them a shout out.

Students were able to position an old auto with loose bricks in what appeared to be a hole in the side of their school, just outside the principal's office.

Konur Pasko owned the vehicle that was used, and fellow students Cody Paul, Adrian Warner, and Jacob Woodley helped Pasco take the auto apart and cut the front off to make it look more real realistic, the Pioneer Press reported.

"My Dad and I have a shop at home and we build racing engines", said Pasko of his father Jon, a shop teacher at the school who may have lent the endeavor a little assistance.

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Even the school district recognizes the clever work done by the students.

No damage was done to the school, whose principal said the prank was in the spirit of fun.

"It looked very, very real", Principal Ritchie Narges told WTMJ. "Congratulations to all the seniors who are graduating".

"If this is the worst thing our kids are going to do, then we're really lucky", he said.

When the Cumberland Police Department received a phone call Monday morning, it sounded like a serious situation.

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