MASSILLON -- It's a food fight that has had a lot of fallout.
A handful of seniors at Perry High School in Massillon were not going to be allowed to walk at graduation, but the school has changed its mind.
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"We know good kids make poor decisions, so they will have school consequences, and then community service at the school next week. If they complete that, they can walk at graduation," says Asst. Superintendent Jason Conrad.
He also says one student fell in the food in the cafeteria and had a minor injury so it was not a laughing matter.
Since the seniors are suspended, they will miss some of their final exams, which would impact their grades and, potentially, academic scholarships.
"It's still worth it, we will be known for this now, " says Stanley Spangler.
Graduation is May 20.