Schools Superintendent: Don’t bring marijuana to school

By | December 11, 2012 | Comments

Superintendent of Schools Randy Dorn

Marijuana has been legal for less than a week in Washington state, but already there’s “anecdotal reports” of more kids using it than before, according to a press release today from State Superintendent of Public Instruction Randy Dorn.

Public schools must abide by federal rules to get funding. Dorn issued a warning saying that the new legalization law has “no effect on federal law,” and any student caught on a school campus with marijuana will be disciplined according to “local district policy.”

Read the full press release here.



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