Howard High Prank Handled 'Relatively Well'
Principal apologizes for inconveniences, reminds parents to put things in perspective.
But sometimes, a prank is just a prank.
Howard High School Principal Gina Massella seems to understand that. She sent a letter to Howard High parents about a senior "prank/celebration" Wednesday in the school's parking lot.
In the letter, Massella apologizes to anyone who was squirted with a water gun or had to deal with a traffic jam in the lot.
The letter goes on to say:
In the world of possibilities and the negative things that you hear about teens I ask that you put this in perspective. While no one wants any kind of prank at a high school, I was relieved that my Howard Lions handled things relatively well.
The prank, which involved water guns and moving cars around, was over in time for everyone to make it to third period class, Massalla wrote. "Students entered the building quietly and signed in without a problem."
And, she said, they even cleaned up their mess.