FOX LAKE, Ill. – A northern Illinois teacher faces prescription drugs in exchange for work around her home. Kym Krocza was arrested Tuesday on charges of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. She is free on bond. Lake County authorities said the girls attend Grant High School in , where the 41-year-old Krocza teaches algebra and calculus. She’s been suspended from the school. Police said Krocza met the girls in her neighborhood before they started attending Grant High and approached them about helping her with laundry and cleaning. In exchange, she allegedly gave them pot, alcohol and Zoloft, an antidepressant. A message left at Krocza’s home wasn’t immediately returned Wednesday. SOURCE: Associated Pressafter allegedly giving two teenage girls marijuana, alcohol and
Wow! Whatever happened to the “old” school marms with the buns and glasses? Man— I’m so glad I’m no longer in school. First, teachers are “boning students” and now they are drug dealing, alcohol giving hustlers!!! No wonder our students are no longer competitive with the rest of the world. I’m also “tripping out” that all she got was suspension and not terminated.