Some parents were outraged after learning a kindergartener brought alcohol to school and shared it with classmates.
According to NBC 15a Michigan student shared a bottle of Jose Cuervo 10% alcohol blend with four students at Grand River Academy before a teacher intervened.
One parent, Alexis Smith, told the outlet she received a call from the school informing her that her daughter was one of them.
“There were so many thoughts running through my mind like: ‘Oh my gosh,’ you know, ‘What if it was opened before the girl brought it to school? She speaks.
Fox 2 reported Smith’s daughter had taken four or five sips and was feeling “nausea” and “a little dizzy”.
The students had the impression that they were drinking juice during snack time until the child who brought the mixed drink told them it was alcohol. One student then told the teacher what it was, according to Fox 2.
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“While we try to keep track of everything our students bring to school, that’s simply not possible. Unfortunately, these adult beverages can be easily mistaken for beverages. child-friendly,” said a statement from the school. exit.
Smith told Fox 2 that she was not mad at the child who brought alcohol, but that the child’s parents should be punished.
“If your kids know what it is, there’s nothing wrong with it – but they should know not to touch it,” she said. “It’s not for kids.”
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