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Janesville School Board expels 4

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Gazette staff
February 11, 2010
— The Janesville School Board expelled four students Tuesday. They are:

-- A middle school student accused of repeatedly violating school rules, expelled through the end of this school year. The student may apply for early reinstatement after enrolling in counseling; getting a drug assessment, if necessary; enrolling in the Truancy Abatement and Transitional Education Center or TAGOS when an opening is available, and completing the Prime for Life anti-drug course.


-- A high school student accused of repeatedly violating school rules, expelled through the end of this school year. The student may apply for early reinstatement starting with fourth quarter after enrolling in counseling; getting a drug assessment; taking all prescribed medicine; complying with juvenile probation rules, enrolling in the Truancy Abatement and Transitional Education Center or TAGOS when an opening is available, and completing the Prime for Life anti-drug course.


-- A high school student accused of theft on school grounds, expelled for 180 days with no early reinstatement.


-- A high school student accused of possession of a prescription drug not prescribed to her on school grounds, expelled for 180 days with no early reinstatement.


This brings to 10 the number of expulsions this school year, compared with 21 at this time last year.



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