A new concern for Texas parents: a different form of meth is showing up inside schools. A group of 8th graders at a Texas City middle school were suspended this week for possessing what district officials called liquid methamphetamines. It was found on a stamp, which was wrapped in foil. Police say the drug is more potent because it’s absorbed through the skin. Apparently the six girls, caught with the meth, began acting strangely during class. They were all taken to the hospital for observation.