UNION SPRINGS, AL (WSFA)- Bullock County School Superintendent Keith Stewart is having a change of heart; the 23 seniors involved in the costly and messy senior prank at
Bullock County High School will be allowed to participate in graduation
The graduation is scheduled for Saturday morning.
All 23 students confessed to their involvement and
have agreed to two days worth of community service. They'll also pay for the damage.
Stewart is retaining the right to press criminal charges, however, if all 23 don't complete their
community service and make their payment.
Administrators were forced to cancel classes on May 15 in order to clean the vandalism. The students released live chickens into the facility and spread hay, cooking oil and eggs through on walls, windows and floors.