I bet she was registered too – well, yes and she still is

The Labour party and their friends in the teacher unions all say Charter Schools must be opposed because the government won’t require mandatory registration of teachers at them.

Apparently mandatory registration will protect kids…from P-importing early childhood teachers like this one:

A childcare worker has admitted importing P into New Zealand from South Africa.

Haley Carol Jacobs, 37, can be named for the first time today after pleading guilty to a representative charge of importing methamphetamine.

She was caught when Customs intercepted a package from her South Africa homeland at the International Mail Centre in Auckland on July 24 which contained 8 grams of the class A drug. 

The drugs were wrapped in four small plastic bags inside a CD case and had been sent from a Cape Town address.

After Customs officers searched her Richmond home in Christchurch a week later, they found drug paraphernalia, including three glass meth pipes, and eight empty point bags containing methamphetamine residue.

It was then found that she had imported small amounts of the dangerous drug on several occasions from January last year until her actions were uncovered.

She told Customs that she had arranged through a friend known only as ‘King’ to have the drugs sent to her in Taranaki and Christchurch, with the amounts of meth varying between 2 and 4 grams.

Today at Christchurch District Court she admitted the representative charge, after Crown prosecutor Kathy Basire, appearing for Customs, withdrew an earlier charge.

Jacobs is married with a teenage son, and works at an early childhood learning centre for pre-school children in Christchurch which cannot be named for legal reasons.

Not was this teacher registered, she still is despite her run in with the law. You can check her registration on the NZ Teachers Council website.

The P-importing early childhood teacher still holds full registration until the end of the year – registration no: 327970

Nice, well done Teachers’ Council, registration put a drug dealer in front of kids.

Bring on the Charter Schools!


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