Four local teachers are facing review of their teaching licenses for allegedly consuming alcohol on school premises.
According to the website for St. Vincent-St. Mary High School in Akron, the four are still employed at the school.
The school did not return a request for comment Thursday.
The four female teachers, whom the Akron Beacon Journal is not naming because they have not been charged with a crime, are accused of consuming gelatin laced with alcohol, commonly referred to as Jell-O shots, during a teacher work day. Generally, no students are present on such days.
One of the four is also accused of bringing the Jell-O shots to the school.
The four face a hearing in front of the State Board of Education this summer. The incident allegedly took place in March 2017.