In a triple-ply move, the seniors of Marietta High School carried on the tradition of covering the school in toilet paper but this year went an extra step.
They hit Northcutt Stadium and the home of Superintendent Grant Rivera.
Rivera responded on Facebook: “Obviously the (Marietta City Schools) Class of 2019 ran out of space in our yard so they graciously left the rolls of TP at our front door. Well done, seniors...well done 😂#tradition #proudsuperintendent”
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The first-day tradition hit a bit of a skid when classes began last week because of the rainy weather, so the students had to delay until Sunday night. The administration encourages students to have the mess cleaned up by noon.
The tradition was at-risk of being torn apart a couple years ago, due to an administration change, but it’s back on a roll.
Take a look at more pictures below:
And at the superintendent’s home...
Watch the tradition unroll...
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