A substitute teacher was found throwing up at South Carolina's Brookland-Cayce High School, but a stomach bug wasn't to blame.
No, she had boxed wine in her purse, and when administrators entered the classroom at about 9:45 a.m., she was unable to stand. So she was removed by wheelchair and has been charged with disorderly conduct. Probably will lose her substitute teaching gig as well, I'd imagine.
Out here on the west coast, teachers are made of tougher stuff; boxed wine is for pansies. In Clackamas County, Oregon, a special needs teacher was arrested at Alder Creek Middle School around 10:30 a.m. yesterday.
An administrator thought the 33 year-old was behaving strangely after noticing her make repeated trips between the school and her car, so the sheriff's office was called. Yep, they found heroin and meth, along with the other items pictured, in the car.
School officials say Fletcher had submitted her resignation for the end of the year prior to this incident. She had been teaching at the school since August 2014, and has been placed on administrative leave.
It's always "administrative leave" in government work.
Teachers behaving badly.