Two Janesville high schoolers expelled

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Gazette Staff
Friday, March 13, 2009
— The Janesville School Board expelled two high school students Tuesday. They are:

-- A student accused of repeatedly failing to obey school rules. He or she was expelled with no possibility of re-entering the school system.

-- A student accused of possession of marijuana with intent to deliver on school grounds, expelled through the end of the 2009-10 school year. He or she may apply for early reinstatement, starting with this year’s summer school after undergoing a drug and alcohol assessment and complying with assessment recommendations, among other requirements.

If reinstated early, the student must submit to random, observable drug tests with clean results, maintain satisfactory attendance, behavior and schoolwork and stay in the school during lunch, at the discretion of an assistant principal.

This brings to 24 the number of students expelled this school year, compared with 19 at this time last year.

Last updated: 9:53 am Thursday, December 13, 2012

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