A Surrey school teacher has been reprimanded for failing to intervene over a hazing-like challenge at an annual leadership camp in September of last year.
It was called the “Jar of Death”.
Students nominated their peers to reach into the jar and pull out a piece of paper with a task.
The challenges included licking a teacher’s foot, drinking a glass of water which four people spat into and chewing gum someone else had chewed for 30 seconds.
The B.C. Teacher Regulation Brash says Jennifer Robinson witnessed the activity but didn’t do anything to stop it.
Robinson has been handed a two day suspension which will be served in October this year.
She will also have to complete a course on Professional Boundaries at the Justice Institute of B.C.