The Dickson County High School teacher who was suspended after marijuana was allegedly found in her car at school has retired. In the personnel report presented at last week’s Dickson County School Board meeting, Molly Graham is listed among the retirements of school personnel. Graham was placed on administrative leave earlier this month when a drug sweep at the high school by local law enforcement agencies allegedly turned up a small amount of marijuana after a drug dog alerted to her car in the school parking lot. The 46-year-old English teacher was cited for simple possession of marijuana and is scheduled to appear in court next month. The personnel report presented by Director of Schools Dr. Danny Weeks during Thursday’s school board meeting lists Graham among the retirements and there was no discussion of the drug incident or her suspension at the meeting.