COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - Columbus High School administration is reminding parents about the dangers and consequences of pranks and misconduct after an incident on Wednesday and ahead of graduation ceremonies.
Parents of Columbus High students received a message Thursday. The school says the behavior code and discipline policies of the Muscogee County School District will be enforced for students involved in misconduct, pranks, and practical jokes.
Columbus High says last night's incident is under video investigation by school security.
Suspension, expulsion, tribunal hearings, alternative school settings, arrest, and criminal charges are among the consequences of such behavior and could result in students not participating in graduation exercises.