Expelled student must test clean for drugs

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Gazette Staff
January 31, 2008

The Janesville School Board recently expelled a high school student who was accused of possessing marijuana with intent to deliver on school grounds.

The student is expelled through the end of the 2008-09 school year but may apply for reinstatement no earlier than September 2008 after complying with certain conditions.

Those conditions include submitting to random drug testing and providing a clean test before returning to school.

If the student is reinstated early, he or she must continue to submit to random drug and alcohol tests; maintain satisfactory behavior, attendance and schoolwork; and be restricted to school grounds for lunch.

This brings to 16 the number of students expelled this school year, compared with 18 at this same time last year.

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