School Not Amused After Senior Prank Slip ‘N Slide

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ALGONQUIN — Some students are in trouble after yet another senior prank gone awry.

This time it was in Algonquin. Students made a make-shift slip ‘n slide out of the hallways — they spread baby oil, water, dish soap and plastic on the floors and went to work, according to WGN.

After the prank was discovered, the school was placed on lock-down until it could be cleaned up.

Two students could be banned from graduation.

Earlier this month, at least 60 students were arrested in Teaneck, New Jersey, after school officials found petroleum jelly on the doorknobs, desks flipped over and balloons strewn throughout the building.

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