continued Though both students are seniors Richards does not believe this was a senior prank.
“Our students have been sympathetic and apologetic to the teachers and custodians who had to clean this,” Richards said. “This was not a senior class act, just a group of rogue individuals.”
The suspects may only see a small amout of school suspension due to the upcoming school testing but Richards said it is very “doubtful” those who participated in the vandalism will be allowed to participate in graduation on June 22.
The students are scheduled to appear in the village of Lake Placid Justice Court on June 27, at 7 p.m. to answer the charges.