Thirty students suspended parents want answers

Allegations of marijuana a use and alcohol consumption have reportedly led to the suspension of thirty Berkeley Institute students following a recent school trip to Canada.

The students were part of a larger group that went on a ski trip to Canada earlier this month.

The group was made up of thirty-five students and seven chaperones. It’s unclear how many, of those chaperones were teachers at the senior secondary school.

Parents of the students who were suspended claim they have not been formally advised as to the reason their children were barred from attending classes.

They say their children were left unsupervised for extended periods and were left to find their own meals during what was a ski trip which cost $3500.

Parents claim they have reached out to School Principal, Keisha Douglas, to find out the reason behind their children not being able to attend classes but have so far been unsuccessful.

TNN has also reached out to Ms. Douglas, but she declined comment, TNN also attempted to reach the chairman of the Berkeley Institute Board of Governors with no success.

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