Humans of Southport: Sandy Castro

Michael Hood, Reporter

“I was just in a normal class back in sixth grade, and somebody brought out a vape (pen) with hash oil. They asked me if I wanted to do (it), and I said no. They kept trying to pressure me into doing it, and I kept saying no. Eventually, they got me to go outside of the classroom with them, and they pulled up more drugs out of their bag. I was scared, really scared, so scared I had to go tell the teacher. After that the teachers called them out, and they called me out too. So I had to go and talk to the principal and counselors about it which was really stressful. In the end, one of the kid’s ended up getting sent (to) juvenile, and the other one ended up getting sent to a different school. I was so relieved.”