Elementary First Violation Whether the violation is for possession distributing

Elementary first violation whether the violation is

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Elementary First Violation: Whether the violation is for possession, distributing, use, or under the influence, the student and parent/guardian have a choice between Action A or Action B. Elementary Second and Subsequent Violation: Action C Middle School First Violation: Action E Middle School Second or any Subsequent Violation: Action E that includes long-term suspension up to 365 days High School First Violation: Action F High School Second or any Subsequent Violation: Action F that includes long-term suspension up to 365 days 3. Controlled Substance and/or Prescription Medication means any drug, substance or immediate precursor to any such drug or substance which is listed in and regulated pursuant to the Drug Control act, VA Code §54.1-3400 et seq . Whether the offense is a first or subsequent violation for possession, distribution, use and/or under the influence the student will be expelled. In accordance with VA Code § 22.1-277.08, the DRHO will conduct a preliminary review of the incident and may determine, based on the facts of the particular case, that special circumstances exist and that another disciplinary action is appropriate. Nothing herein shall prohibit the permanent expulsion of such a student. If and only if special circumstances are deemed to exist by the DRHO in his/her sole discretion, the following disciplinary actions will apply instead of mandatory expulsion: Elementary First Violation: Whether the violation is for possession, distributing, use, or under the influence, the student and parent/guardian have a choice between Action A or Action B. Elementary Second and Subsequent Violation: Action C Middle School First Violation: Action E Middle School Second or any Subsequent Violation: Action E that includes long-term suspension up to 365 days High School First Violation: Action F High School Second or any Subsequent Violation: Action F that includes long-term suspension up to 365 days 4. Drug Paraphernalia means all equipment, products and materials of any kind which are either designed for use or intended to be used in planting, propagating, cultivating, growing, harvesting, manufacturing, compounding, converting, producing, processing, preparing, testing, analyzing, packaging, repackaging, storing, containing, concealing, injecting, ingesting, inhaling or otherwise introducing into the human body marijuana or controlled substances. Drug paraphernalia includes but is not limited to the items defined or listed in VA Code §18.2-265.1, which is incorporated herein by reference.
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Page 41 Elementary First Violation: Whether the violation is for possession, distributing, use, or under the influence, the student and parent/guardian have a choice between Action A or Action B. Elementary Second and Subsequent Violations: Refer to Action C Middle School First Violation: Action E Middle School Second or any Subsequent Violation: Action E that includes long-term suspension up to 365 days High School First Violation: Action F.
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