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District, police respond to drug charges at BCHS

Bethlehem police say Ashanti J. McCormick, 16, of Delmar, sold drugs at Bethlehem Central High School.

Bethlehem police say Ashanti J. McCormick, 16, of Delmar, sold drugs at Bethlehem Central High School.

— In his letter, Abba stated, “the disrespectful behavior and vandalism harms our educational environment and will not be tolerated. As for the increased drug activity, it is unacceptable, unhealthy, illegal, and it must stop.”

District Superintendent Michael Tebbano issued a statement Monday, Nov. 28, regarding the increase in inappropriate behavior at the high school.

“While it is the policy of the Bethlehem Central School District that students caught in possession of, using and/or selling any type of controlled substance will be held accountable by the district and to the fullest extent of the law, those students are afforded the right of due process and it would be premature to comment on any individual incident at this time,” said Tebbano.

See the full text of Abba’s letter on the Bethlehem blog.

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