Four Ohio high school students could face up to six months in prison for a senior prank that authorities say went too far.

Officials say that the four teens deflated the tires of 24 school buses used by Northwestern Local School District in Springfield by removing the valve stems, forcing the school district to cancel all classes for the day.

According to WHIO, Taylor Monroe, 18, Stewart Parrott, 18, Anthony Esposito, 19, and Justin Weekly, 18, are charged with felony vandalism and disrupting public service.

Authorities say the students left behind a message written in chalk that read: "You have been pranked by seniors 2015" and "To have school or to not have school?"

Officials estimate it will cost taxpayers thousands of dollars to replace the tires.

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