Pacific homecoming prank could result in suspensions for students

9:45 PM, Sep 26, 2012   |    comments
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Pacific, MO (KSDK) - Pacific High School administrators say they will discipline several students connected to a prank designed to humiliate a sophomore student by nominating her for the school's homecoming court.

The intended 15-year-old female victim suffers from ADHD and several social disorders, according to the girl's parents. So much so, they say the young girl's closest companion is a duck that lives on the family farm.

Rumors surfaced among students and parents last week that their daughter was elected to homecoming court by her peers, who'd apparently planned to humiliate her publicly at the parade by quacking at her and throwing eggs.

The girl's parents have since called for homecoming to be cancelled as punishment for the prank.

Pacific Superintendent Randy George said administrators have identified at least two students involved in the prank, but the investigation remains ongoing and more could be discovered. The students could be suspended up to 10 days, per the school's anti-bullying and harassment policy.


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