Outrage as parents served fake cocaine
along with mirrors and razor blades at a PRIMARY SCHOOL’S Las
Vegas-themed fundraising party
and teachers have been pictured racking up lines of fake cocaine with
razor blades at a Las-Vegas themed primary school fundraiser.
New Zealand’s Health Minister Jonathon Coleman, who has a child at
the school, attended the “inappropriate” ‘Vegas Baby Vegas’ bash on
Guests were seen dressed in black tie and evening gowns at gambling tables placed in the school’s assembly hall.
A newsletter sent to parents to promote the annual ball promised it would be a “night to remember”.
It said school staff had worked “above and beyond” to ensure the night “is as fabulous as can be”.
A further Facebook post ahead of the fundraiser warned it may be “the last infamous NPS Ball”.
The drug props have been roundly criticised, leading the school’s board to apologise to parents.
Board chair Andrew Fox told NZ Herald: “It was a satirical Las Vegas theme and yes there was a prop that was made to look like cocaine.
“In hindsight we agree this wasn’t appropriate.”
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