Another senior prank?

Another senior prank?

Durango schools close after buses vandalized

Another senior prank?

Jim Howlett, several other Durango School District 9-R district employees, and employees of several other agencies helped to repair buses after a prank left 31 of them disabled and unable for use Monday morning. The buses could not be fixed in time to transport students, and Monday’s classes were canceled.
Park Elementary School Principal Kathleen Lau explains Monday’s school closures. Classes are expected to resume today after a suspected senior prank. Park Elementary School third-grade student Kaden Sellers hears the news of an unexpected day off.
Vandals struck the school bus barn Sunday night. From footprints, it appears three people caused the damage.
Durango School District 9-R transportation mechanic Roger Roots replaces tire stems and reinflates tires. The district also plans to check the engines to ensure they were not tampered with before using them today.
Park Elementary School Principal Katlheen Lau hugs kindergarten teacher Suzanne Cash outside the school Monday morning. Lau was advising parents and students that all public schools were closed Monday after overnight vandalism to district buses and vehicles.
Durango School District 9-R transportation mechanic Roger Roots reinflates tires after vandals struck the bus barn Sunday night forcing the closure of all 9-R schools Monday.
Durango School District 9-R transportation mechanic Roger Roots reinflates tires after vandals struck the district’s bus barn Sunday night forcing the closure of all public schools Monday.
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