NEWS RELEASE · 21st October 2011
On October 12, 2011 Terrace RCMP received a report from Suliwaaks School administrative staff regarding an anonymous compliant they had received regarding narcotics allegedly found on school grounds.
No school staff member had seen the narcotics and no narcotics were turned over to school staff.
The drugs were allegedly taken home by the person who located them. Later in the day an individual turned over a small quantity of narcotic to police who are continuing to investigate the matter.
Terrace RCMP commend Suliwaaks staff for reporting this incident to police. “ It is evident the school is working diligently at providing a safe environment for students to learn,” According to RCMP Detachment Commander, Inspector Dana Hart.
Comment by Ian on 22nd October 2011
From the competitior:
The first, at Mountainview Elementary on the bench, took place the end of September and concerned a quantity of marijuana, and the second last week involved the seizure of cocaine from Suwilaawks Community School.
Can you say oooops. Bad T.S. bad
Along with mutiple other issues facing tax payers and residents here including Shames Mountain. reports like this remind us that the importance of proper education and focus on issues such as this take precedence.
There are many things that go on in our community that we never here of, some good some tough to understand. This is one of them, tough to understand why.
If we push for economic stability then we can devote resources, time, money and experience to build a stronger safer community. Because if you look or go outside one comes to the belief that we live in a jewel of a community.
What spoils that thoughj? Greed, lack of understanding and self focus rather than the community as a whole .