An Ozark elementary school teacher arrested for drugs is now out of work.
Last month Donna Robbins was arrested for various counts of methamphetamine manufacturing. She posted her $14,000 bond.
Robbins taught second grade students at Mixon Elementary School for three years.
According to Ozark City School Superintendent Dr. Dan Payant, Robbins is not in the classroom, and is not in the school system.
Because of legal matters, Payant couldn't comment further however says he'll be able to at a later date.
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