MARIETTA, Ga. - Students arriving for the first day of school at Marietta High School found their high school covered in toilet paper.
The senior class struck in the middle of the night, covering trees, bushes and the school with dozens of rolls of toilet paper, according to the principal.
She also added that this is an annual tradition at the school but it does not normally happen on the very first day.
Channel 2's Linda Stouffer reported students working to clean up the mess throughout the morning. The principal asked that the mess be cleaned up by Noon.
Stay with Channel 2 Action News for updates and look for her live report on Channel 2 Action News at Noon.
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