ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- What Spring Valley seniors considered a "prank" to blow off a little steam to celebrate graduation will cost the school district $1,000 to clean up, according to News12.
The students "tagged" the building in early June with signs and symbols including "Senior2K17," and toilet papered some trees, said News12.
School officials didn't find it funny and called the police.
Lockers were checked, as well as student bags looking for the spray paint.
The local power washing company cleaning up the mess said the job will cost around $1,000, said News12.