Friday June 5th, 2020 11:42PM

A dog-gone good senior prank

Seniors at Forsyth Central High School pulled their senior prank Friday morning by bringing their dogs to school.

The students and their pups arrived on campus before the official start of the school day and enjoyed some time to socialize on the practice field.

Senior Max Trobaugh didn't bring a pet but snapped some pictures of the prank and shared them on social media.

School administrators pet a few furry heads before sending the canines home.

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A dog-gone good senior prank
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