Police had praise for students who created an illusion for a senior class prank that appeared to show a vehicle had crashed into the principal's office.
"Hats off to the Cumberland High School Class of 2018 on your senior prank", authorities wrote.
"What they did was really creative", police chief Rick Rieper said chuckling as he talked to the Eau Claire Leader-Telegram.
Senior pranks are a rite of passage for many high school students across America.
The West ISD issued a statement Monday aimed at debunking rumors that a student was seriously injured during a senior prank.
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A Cumberland, Wisconsin, senior prank was so well done even the police are laughing.
"We didn't want to be there long because we didn't want to attract attention", Konur Pasko said.
"It looked very, very real", Principal Ritchie Narges told WTMJ.
The school district notes, the prank did not damage school property in any way.
"As always, the safety and security of our students is our number one priority", said Truitt. "If this is the worst thing our kids are going to do, we've got some pretty darn good kids".