A former substitute teacher in New Hampshire encouraged a group of middle school students to smoke marijuana and even gave one of them a vaping device, authorities said.
Elisha Mahar, 20, of Rochester, was charged with four counts of endangering the welfare of a child in Somersworth Thursday.
In October, a school resource officer notified officials at Somersworth Middle School that Mahar allegedly told students to smoke marijuana and gave one of them an electronic cigarette, according to WMUR-TV.
Mahar was released on $ 5,000 personal recognizance bail. Her next court appearance is on Dec. 26.