Scholar’s Takeover the Project Manager’s Classrooms for Senior Prank

May 5, 2014

Culture, The Zoetics

Photo Courtesy of Rachael Sewards Project Manager's classrooms were taken over by seniors for the end of the year prank last week.

Photo Courtesy of Rachael Sewards
Project Manager’s classrooms were taken over by seniors for the end of the year prank last week.

 

By Ryley Thompson

Last week scholars walked into classrooms with Saran Wrapped white boards, trash cans, desks and chairs. Cups of water were turned upside down on desks, and photos of celebrity actor Nicholas Cage were posted around certain project manager’s classrooms.

A group of seniors came into the building after hours to pull off the senior prank.  Most scholars were aware of the prank, though some did not catch on right away, “I didn’t know that it was a senior prank, I didn’t notice,”  said sophomore Orion Sanchez.

The master mind behind it all, who wishes to remain anonymous, spoke to The Catalyst about the prank and the five seniors that made it all happen.   “Some of juniors had put Nicholas Cage around Ms. Shimada’s room and desktop, so we figured that since he was already pretty prevalent, we would roll with it,” the senior said.

Most project managers thought it was funny and did not mind the prank.

Mrs. Shimada’s classroom was one of the three that got it the worst, along with Mr. Barbour and Mr. Divett.

“Eh, it was ok,” she said when asked if it was funny. “I will get them back, you just wait.”

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One Comment on “Scholar’s Takeover the Project Manager’s Classrooms for Senior Prank”

  1. shelby Says:

    thats awesome

    Reply

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