GREENVILLE CO., S.C. (WSPA) – A middle school nurse has resigned after an investigation into a student’s missing prescription drugs, according to a spokesperson with Greenville County Schools.
The nurse at Northwood Middle School resigned from her position Friday after prescription drugs went missing from a student health room.
Deputies say they had enough evidence to prove that the school nurse, 37-year-old Dawn Alexander McGill, had stolen the controlled substance medication belonging to one of the students and forged a logging document while doing so.
McGill is charged with Forgery and Theft of a Controlled Substance, deputies say.
She is being held at the Greenville County Detention Center where she is awaiting a bond hearing.
Students’ parents were notified by the school of the nurse’s resignation.
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