Sticky Note Prank May Not Cost Custodian Her Job

Administrators have eased their stance on the possible firing of a Cascade High School janitor.

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12,000 sticky notes were posted around Cascade High School under the supervision of a janitor who was initially recommended for termination.

The custodian at Cascade High School in Clayton who was present when several students conducted a senior prank in the building may not lose her job after all.

Superintendent Patrick Spray initially recommended that the custodian who supervised the students during the prank be fired, although students said it was a board member and parent of one of the suspended students who let them in the building.

Officials now say the administration is re-thinking its position. Five seniors and one junior were suspended for two days after they posted about 12,000 sticky notes throughout the school.

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