WICOMICO COUNTY, Md. - Una maestra de educación especial de Parkside High School en Salisbury está siendo investigada por posesión y distribución de heroína.
La noticia fue publicada por funcionarios de Wicomico County Public Schools el martes por la noche.
Monica Snee fue puesta en licencia administrativa mientras que la policía estatal de Maryland investiga este caso, dicen los funcionarios de la escuela.
La investigación lidio a cargos. Snee enfrenta cargos de posesión de heroína, distribución de heroína y distribución de heroína en la propiedad de la escuela.
El principal de la escuela, Kim Pinhey, público la siguiente declaración el martes en una llamada a las familias de la escuela:
"Good evening Parkside High School parents and guardians. This is Principal Kim Pinhey calling to inform you that the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office has arrested Monica Snee, a teacher at Parkside High School, on drug distribution charges. On the afternoon of Tuesday, November 14th, the administration received information from law enforcement which resulted in our immediate notification of district administration. Ms. Snee was placed on administrative leave effective immediately and is not teaching, pending the outcome of the judicial process as well as the school system's administrative investigation.
"Every day, you trust your children to our care, and our number one priority is the safety of our students. It is a responsibility that we do not take lightly. Please be assured I will always take immediate action anytime there appears to have been a violation of the trust between students and educators. Please take time to speak to your child about this matter. If any student or parent has information about this situation, please contact the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office. If you have any concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me. Thank you."
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