Somebody did vandalism to the high spraying fountains in the front of the school today. That person placed buckets of liquid soap and green food coloring in the fountain, and as you can guess, the fountain are spraying bubbly green stuff in the air. The maintenance team had to shut down the fountains. They caught the kids using security cameras, and by people who witnessed the aftermath of the vandalism, right after seeing the school play. Several people who had left early, saw some kids dump something in the fountain, and ran away. "They saw me and my friends coming out, and scrammed off across the street," said Gloria Hernandez, a junior. "I recognized one of the kids though, because he lived on my street." Gloria told the school, and the several officers went to David Lumsfield’s house, to question him and his friends. They finally cracked down, and were given punishment to clean the fountain, and do detention. "It was only a joke," said Brian Travis, one of the boys. "We thought it was just funny, and it didn’t hurt no one." "It wasn’t that funny. I got sprayed by some of that water,"said Matt Franklin, a sophomore actor. The fountain incident has nothing to do with the video screen incedent said JV officials. The video screen failed because of the thunderstorms, not vandalism. The video screen did get fixed today, though.