MERIDIAN, Idaho (AP) - An employee at Mountain View High School in Meridian has been fired for giving a key to students who accessed the school for a senior prank.
Meridian School District spokesman Eric Exline tells KTVB-TV a female employee, who was not a teacher, gave keys to a student who let a group of students enter the building late Sunday. Police say seniors placed sticky notes all over, tied up lockers with zip ties and poured vegetable oil in the hallways.
Officers ticketed 19 students for unlawful entry and malicious injury to property while six underage teens were cited for curfew violations.
School officials are allowing the students involved in the prank to take part in graduation ceremonies. Exline says school officials decided the tickets issued by police were the appropriate
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