Copiague students barred from graduation after senior prank

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A group of students who allegedly caused serious damages at Copiague High School will not face criminal charges, however, they are barred from graduation activities. 

The district says students carrying out a senior prank broke in around 2 a.m. last Friday. Officials say the school was egged and sprayed with shaving cream.

An assistant principal's office was ransacked with personal items compromised. An expensive projector was also smashed and destroyed.

Parents told News 12 Long Island that dozens of students are now barred from taking part in graduation activities.
 

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