Seniors at my high school put toilet paper over the trees and bushes. They sprayed whipped cream on the benches, rubbed lotion onto doorknobs, spilled juice on the floor, and wrote "I did it" with chalk on the walls. Field day is when seniors go on a field trip, go out to eat, come back to school, and play games outside. But the principal said he's disappointed and might end it forever if these pranks continue. Is this fair? I'm a freshman. They graduate next week.
Is it fair to end Senior Field Day because of pranks?
What Guys Said 3
Fairness doesn't matter here. You as a student don't get to write the rules, so you were never in a fair position to start with. But yes, it does suck that a school tradition may be destroyed. I would encourage you to pitch other ideas to your school and the principal of how to replace the current senior day with something more manageable but fun for students.0
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Not fair at all. The principle is aware that this is a once of a lifetime event. Cutting it off is, of course, not fair at all.
Senior prank is an American culture. Schools must put up to it, but dangerous pranks must have a proper punishment; however, cutting the field trip is absolutely too harsh0
What Girls Said 1
Yeah it is. Because the next generation always wants to one up what their predecessors did. You specifically might not want to but you can't speak for those around you.0
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