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6 Year old brings over a $1,000 worth of crack to school.


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Somebody explain to me the logic behind this story.

The school suspends the 6 year old for bring CRACK to school and then sends her home with a letter. This is what I think the letter said:

"Dear Mr. and Mrs. Thugberry,

We are sorry to inform you that your daughter is being suspended for 3 days for bringing a bag of crack to school. In our best judgement, we think it's best to keep her away from other students and in the home where she swiped your grand worth of crack.

During morning recess a teacher was found trying to confiscate the bag of crack and pipe from little Sally. Sally is being suspended for allowing a teacher to get high during school hours.

This school does not approve, only because of law, of it's first graders trying to smoke crack at school. Please keep the drugs at home and away from school grounds. Tell your daughter that she needs to keep the "pretty white rocks" at home. We could get in a lot of trouble if our teachers are unable to stay away first grade drug pushers.

Principal Nofuckingclu
Tangelo Elementary

ps. call my office, we have some business to take care of.


Girl, 6, Suspended For Bringing Crack To School

POSTED: 12:37 am EST November 5, 2004
UPDATED: 1:05 am EST November 5, 2004
A 6-year-old girl in Orange County, Fla., was suspended Thursday after she brought more than $1,000 worth of crack cocaine to school, according to Local 6 News.

The drugs were reportedly found in the girl's possession at Tangelo Park Elementary.

After the discovery, she told administrators that she got the drugs from home.

A letter was sent home to parents informing them of what happened at the school.

Police are investigating.

Watch Local 6 News for more on this story.