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For most primary school pupils are lunchtime is always equal to taskevarme rugbrødsmadder, a little ball game and a slightly longer break from the classroom, where you can hang out with his friends.
It does not apply to a folkeskoleelev in 9. class on Kildevældsskolen in Østerbro, Copenhagen, who on Tuesday spent lunchtime is always to take the narcotic drug mdma.
It appears by a message from Kildevældsskolen to the school's students and parents, as the Extra Leaf is in the possession of.
the School's director, Anne Fields, don't want to comment on the matter over for Extra Magazine, but instead refers to the city of Copenhagen's Children and Ungdomsforvaltning. Here confirms that the incident has taken place.
In the message from the school to the parents writes Kildevældsskolen that the episode has been 'unpleasant' for 'all parties'.
'We will inform you that one of our students in udskolingen on Tuesday in spisefrikvarteret have taken the substance mdma, which is an ecstasy-like substance. The pupil is so far home from school and have it under the circumstances good, but it has even been said been an unpleasant experience for all parties', says in the email.
Herein call Kildevældsskolen it for a 'difficult situation for the stakeholders'.
'We choose to inform you, because it is a story that quickly spread. It is a very unusual episode, as the school never experienced before, and we look at it with the utmost seriousness. We have taken all the necessary actions which can help the family and the pupil', writes Kildevældsskolen to the school's parents and students.
the Extra Leaf has asked the city of Copenhagen, what exactly is meant by that it was an 'unpleasant' experience for all parties.
the Municipality informs that there is no evidence that the student has attempted to sell the substance, or urging other students to take it, but can not deny that it has happened.
There goes a total of 577 pupils on Kildevældsskolen. According to the city of Copenhagen, there is talk of a one off case.
Kildevældsskolen informs that the students will shortly receive a visit from a rusmiddelkonsulent and in addition, calls on parents to contact the school if you have other questions.