100 high school doors glued shut in senior prank
SIMI VALLEY, Calif. (AP) – Authorities say two students at a Simi Valley high school glued shut more than 100 doors for their senior prank, a common departing gesture of graduates.
The Los Angeles Times reports that the stuck doors were discovered by faculty when they arrived on campus around 6 a.m. Wednesday.
District official Michael Clear says nearly a dozen employees cleaned the industrial-strength glue from locks.
A precise damage estimate wasn’t immediately known because officials are still trying to figure out what needs to be replaced.
Simi Valley police Lt. Stephanie Shannon says the two seniors responsible have been identified through surveillance video and other evidence.
The students won’t be walking with their classmates at graduation.
School officials say they’ll work with families to recoup any costs brought on by the prank.