Officials: Atlanta school employee served students pot brownies
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ATLANTA (FOX 5 Atlanta) - A local Atlanta school employee is accused of taking pot brownies to school and serving them to students.
Atlanta Public Schools says they were notified Friday after two students and a second employee showed symptoms of being under the influence at South Atlanta High School.
The three were taken to the hospital for observation.
An APS official told FOX 5 that the employee believed to be responsible has been removed from the school and will face possible disciplinary action depending on the results of an investigation.
"APS has a clear code of conduct and enforces high ethical standards designed to protect the safety and well-being of our students," the statement said.