My school was real paranoid about muckup day..bags were searched upon entering the school, lockdown during study lessons, recess we had a 'yr 12 morning tea', aka get us out of our yard ad surrounded by dozens of teachers. Same thing for lunch, 'karoke', again outside our yard and surrounded.
Good part was though that end of lunch, instead of going periods 5 and 6, we were dismissed early for 'good behaviour' [bull, wanted us off the property] so we all legged it for the student carpack lol
My school wasnt aloud muck up day.. I wanted pay back but year 12 had a jumping castle, water slides and water bomb fight.
A few years before spray painted the school and had police surrouding our school because of their damage.
I wish we were aloud muck up days.
In our town it used to be a competition for muck up day between all the schools, and all of them used to vandalise each other. That was up until a couple of the schools got it banned. Ours still has muck up day, except we can't do anything too drastic..
One of the years they gladwrapped all the walkways and everyone was piling up and falling over, oh the stupidity. And they made all the teachers pay to get into the carpark. A few years back they actually managed to drive one of the teachers cars over to these cement pylon things and they lifted the car on top of them...
And basically, they slash all the P platers tyres, or egg them. Other schools egg ours and toilet paper our sign.
A few years ago, these two guys got a classroom chair and lit a home made firecracker thats was ridiculously loud and a teacher came running over asking all the kids watching it if they saw who did it. And these other kids created a new sport called AquaPong and they made an inflatable table and jumped in our dam with floaties and what not but they weren't allowed to go to the end of year dinner or mass or Jamberoo :/ It was original though! And another one was these guys blocked off corridors for a "construction zone for picking up rubbish" had the most amount of traffic to get from one block to the other. Also there are kids that super glue coins on the ground and kids think they have found money on the ground and try and pick it up. So funny. I think most schools have done the cow thing or the flour on fans and waterbombs. Anyone else got really good ideas?
Our year didn't really do anything... just the usual
Got drunk at hyde park
Honey on the stairs
Glad wrapping certain parts of the school
We had memes of teachers everywhere on the walls
A group of year 12s last year dressed up a bananas and were walking past classrooms muttering 'potassium potassium potassium' and slowly getting louder and faster and violent once they reached the principals office I could remember hearing them from the music room which was at the opposite side of the school...