GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Three Greencastle-Antrim High School seniors will face a disciplinary hearing next week for allegedly gluing the school's exterior doors shut over the weekend, Principal Jack Appleby said Wednesday.
A group of other students caught building cinder-block barriers at the entrance and exit to the school have received warnings, but will not be subject to disciplinary proceedings, Appleby said.
"Every year, you get a senior prank and it was pretty novel," Appleby said of the cinder-block walls, which a group of students were found assembling Sunday morning by Greencastle police.
"The kids who were doing it were good kids," Appleby said.
Although the cinder blocks were being cemented together, he said the students were building the barriers on plywood so that they could be removed.