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Maize school officials say fifth-graders tried to sell Kool-Aid, sugar mixture called ‘happy crack’ on school bus

May 19, 2011

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— Officials at a Wichita-area elementary school are concerned that some fifth-graders reportedly tried to sell concoction of Kool-Aid and sugar, calling it "happy crack."

Karen Duling, principal of Pray Woodman school in Maize, contacted parents after the incident on a school bus came to light. She says it might seem harmless, but she is concerned that it mirrors behavior that has serious consequences.

Duling asked parents to check their children's backpacks each day to be sure they aren't bringing anything to school that doesn't belong. Pray Woodman serves students in second through fifth grades.

Karen McDermott, spokeswoman for the Maize district, told The Wichita Eagle that school officials are investigating. She says the students will be disciplined according to the district's policies.

Comments

InspectorJo 2 years, 11 months ago

Pixy Stixs, Happy Crack, Cracker Jack's.....my word....what is this world coming to. I remember my brother selling dried horse sh*t rolled up in zig zags to the dopers when I was in 5th grade. They loved it and wanted more.

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caton1982 2 years, 11 months ago

your kidding me right theres really crime out there and you busting kids for s**t like this, it's not hurting anyone or breaking any laws so leave it to the parents to deal with and stop making drama on nothing!

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scopi_guy 2 years, 11 months ago

"concoction of Kool-Aid and sugar"

Isn't that pretty much a Pixie Stix?

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panzermike007 2 years, 11 months ago

Future drug traffickers in training.

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Betty Bartholomew 2 years, 11 months ago

Charge them with trying to distribute an uncontrolled substance as a controlled substance and without a tax stamp. That'll learn 'em!

Now where are my candy cigarettes?

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DeaconBlue 2 years, 11 months ago

Those government school kids will do the darndest things.

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