With graduation season here, high school seniors across the country have begun the time-honored tradition trying to pull an epic prank before leaving.
The cops also probably appreciated the fact that the students didn't deface any school property or release wild animals into the halls for the stunt.
At first glance, it looks like the wreck left a gaping hole in the side of the school building, just outside of the principal's office.
They used a black tarp creating the illusion of damage, making it look like the vehicle crashed through the building.
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"What they did was really creative", police chief Rick Rieper said, the Pioneer Press reported.
Konur Pasko, one of the students involved in pulling off the prank, said the idea grew from an evening talk with his dad, Jon Pasko, the technology education teacher in Cumberland schools. However, the front portion of 90s Grand Am is actually missing.
Graduating seniors at Cumberland often take part in some sort of prank at the Barron County school, Narges said.
"Both students were examined by the school nurse, discussed the incident with the campus principal and returned to class", he said. "If this is the worst thing our kids are going to do, we've got some pretty darn good kids".