Wrist Slap for 'Take Drugs, Have Sex' Teen Seminar

Excerpt: Some Boulder, Colo., High School officials have been given a "reprimand" for setting up and taking students as young as 14 to a seminar in which the children were told to "have sex, do drugs," but a request from the state legislature for further action has been turned down. Helayne Jones, the president of the Boulder Valley District School Board, read a letter at a public meeting on the issue stating that "actions" were taken on the complaints the seminar generated, and several Boulder High staff members were given "verbal reprimands." In addition, a letter was sent to parents about the situation.

But the letter said no dismissals are contemplated over the seminar called "STDs: Sex, Teens and Drugs."

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