The Class of 2023 is about to graduate and embark on a journey that will take them to many different places. It has been exciting to hear about their plans for the future. Our students have been accepted to some of the finest universities in the world, have committed to serve our country in the military, and have other amazing opportunities that will no doubt lead to remarkable things in the future.
We want our seniors to leave with positive experiences; thus, we must insist that all students refrain from “senior pranks.” Please take time to speak to your student about making good choices so that he/she can enjoy the final few weeks of this school year. Even though students may find these acts funny, in most cases it is accompanied by severe damage to the school or personal property and excessive costs to make repairs. An example of this happened last year when TikTok challenges defaced bathrooms and caused expensive restorations within the school. In the past, students involved have been denied participation in senior activities and the chance to participate at our graduation ceremony. We will continue this stance. Additionally, some pranks are unlawful and will lead to an arrest by the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office. We will seek prosecution against those that commit a crime at the school.
Thank you for attending to the request for cooperation. Please contact us at (813) 794-9400 if you have any additional questions.