Toilet paper tradition continues at Marietta HS

COBB COUNTY, Ga. — Students at Marietta High School took tradition to a new level when they covered trees in toilet paper Thursday morning.

The tradition, led by the school seniors, is infamous at the school, with faculty even embracing the act.

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The students are supposed to clean up the mess before noon the same day.

NewsChopper 2 flew over the school Thursday morning, which was the first day Back 2 School for Marietta City Schools and several other metro Atlanta districts.

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Marietta High School students 'toilet-paper' campus on first ...

Well that's ONE way to make a statement on the first day #Back2School! 😳

Posted by WSB-TV on Thursday, August 3, 2017