A group of senior students have been suspended from their New Orleans high school after school officials said three people were injured in a school "prank."

According to a statement released by Sophie B. Wright High School, a charter school located in Carrollton, New Orleans, the incident occurred Friday and caused injuries to at least one teacher and a student.

"School property was sprayed with water and a restroom was compromised. Both personal injury and effects on property are currently under investigation. It is possible that damage caused by these students will result in criminal and civil actions," the statement notes. 

Students used water guns, eggs, vinegar, mustard and water balloons inside and outside of the building. School principal Sharon Clark told NOLA that the water on the floor caused a student and two teachers to slip.

"The investigations into the damage to people and property will continue and further criminal and civil actions will be determined," Sophie B. Wright High School Board President James Watson wrote in a statement. "In the meantime, we want to remind our school community of the importance of adhering to our policies that emphasize safety to all people and property within our jurisdiction.”

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“Sophie B. Wright High School does not tolerate any behavior that disrupts our community or creates an unsafe environment. Our policies are clearly defined and our students are constantly reminded that their actions have consequences," Watson continued.

But, according to a recent Fox 8 News report, some parents believe the punishment is too severe. They claim that some students were expelled, while others were suspended for five days as well as banned from attending senior events, such as prom and graduation. They'd like the principal to come up with a more suitable punishment, such as a two-day suspension or even community service. Their children, they suggest, have worked too hard to have graduation taken from them.

“I think it was just a harsh, cruel punishment,” said Rebecca Soloman, the mother of one of the children who got suspended.  I will fight for my child. I'm not going to give up. I'm going to stand by my child. I looked at the video. I didn't see my child doing anything wrong."

According to Watson, both parents and students were notified about a planned senior prank the week of April 1. Students were also warned 30 minutes before the incident that there'd be disciplinary consequences if they participated, including the exclusion in senior activities.

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