Another day, another school scandal. No wonder kids aren’t learning isht these days… Now principals and teachers are getting high on the clock! These fools was smoking meth in the damn principal’s office! SMH.
A West Virginia technical high school was closed this week after state officials discovered the principal and a teacher allegedly turned it into their personal meth den.
State heath department officials began testing the Boone County Career and Technical Center in Danville for methamphetamine after principal Keith Phipps and teacher Jack Turley were busted on suspicion of cooking the drug last spring.
Officials shuttered the school on Monday after finding traces of crank in the principal’s office, the air ducts, hallways and bathrooms, authorities said.
Phipps admitted that he and Turley had smoked meth in his office, state police said.
“To our knowledge, this is unprecedented in West Virginia public schools,” Boone County Schools Superintendent John Hudson said in a statement.
“We are appalled that anything like this could happen on school property and are taking immediate steps to protect our students and other school staff.”
Turley faces charges of making meth and buying illegal amounts of Sudafed to cook it with, while Phipps faces charges of buying illegal amounts of the cold medication.
It wasn’t clear if the two manufactured meth at the school, cops said.
Only about 12 students and five employees were at the school when health officials performed tests this summer, the Charleston Daily Mail reported.
During the year, about 450 students from the county’s three high schools are enrolled at the school.
Officials said it’s not likely the building will reopen in time for the fall semester in late August.
Come on now. Y’all know the technical school kids already have it rough enough. Can’t even send them to the principal’s office to get straight anymore!
At least they are waiting for the building to be cleaned up before they expose those kids to that mess. Them dudes ought to be effing’ ashamed of themselves.