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We want a show of hands: How many of you think teachers giving out pot brownies to high school students is a smart idea?

Hopefully, 29-year-old Camille Brennan of New Orleans is the only one raising her hand.

The high school teacher plead guilty last week to doing just that — giving marijuana laced brownies to two of her students.

Brennan was busted in May of 2015 after a parents and the principal of Archbishop Hannan High School called the police.

Brennan pleaded guilty to two counts of two counts of distribution of marijuana to a student and two counts of obstruction of justice, according to the New Orleans Advocate. The former teacher, under terms of her plea agreement, is expected to be sentenced to 10 years in prison with seven years suspended, though it’s unclear whether she’ll have to serve any jail time. The Advocate reports her sentencing is scheduled for Jan. 5, 2017

Brennan aught English at the Catholic high school, which cost about $9,000 a year.

She admitted to giving the teen girls the marijuana edibles during questioning.

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