Teacher’s aide gives kids dog treats at recess

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NEW HANOVER, PA – A teacher’s aide at New Hanover-Upper Frederick Elementary School, in Pennsylvania, is accused of giving 75 fourth graders dog treats as a snack at recess.

One student is still in shock:, “I thought, wow did I really dog treats, something that my own dog eats?”

The aide is in the dog house — placed on administrative leave.

Meanwhile students are left with a bad taste in their mouths, “I was upset that the one that we are supposed to trust in school and us supposed to care for us would do that to us.”

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