A Collie resident was shocked to discover a bag containing two grams of methylamphetamine in a children's playground. The resident found the pouch of the drug in Soldier's Park on Thursday and turned it in to police. Collie Police Senior Sergeant Mike Dean said the bag was small enough that a child could easily have picked it up and ingested the substance. Senior Sergeant Dean said the saddest part about finding it there was that it was probably dropped by one of the parents. He said the community needed to know what was happening, and that, thankfully, someone vigilant had found it. The discovery comes following the news last month that the state government was planning to introduce methylamphetamine into the curriculum for South West schools, as the drug takes hold in regional WA. Methamphetamine workshops are part of the state government's $15 million strategy to combat the destructive drug, with $500,000 set aside to create and roll out the school program. The first of the newly created meth-based workshops will be held in Collie in January next year, with more than 100 teachers and parents already registered. Collie Mail.