I guess she took the name of the High School literally and went on to enrich herself.
A custodian at a South Carolina school rummaged through students’ book bags during a school walkout Wednesday — and took their cash.
Aisha Evans stole $180 from three Richland Northeast High School students while they participated in a national protest against gun violence on March 14, according to the Richland County Sheriff’s Department.
School administrators and the school resource officer conducted an investigation, and Evans was charged with three counts of petty larceny.
The 32-year-old was employed by Service Solutions, an agency that provides custodial services to the school, CNN reported.
Evans is no longer employed by the agency, according to CNN-affiliate WIS.
“On Thursday, March 15, Service Solutions notified Richland Two that Evans is no longer an employee of the company and was informed that she cannot come on any Richland Two property,” the school district said in a statement.