File: JFCI







The primary responsibility for helping students who are involved with substance abuse lies with the students and their parents. Nevertheless, the School Board strives to provide a supportive school environment for students involved with substance use or abuse.

The School Board supports substance abuse programs which vary according to individual needs. Included among these are programs for persons who desire more information, and for those who need help with intervention activities and programs.


The School Board supports efforts to help students during the school day as well as to reinforce programs provided by other sources. To that end, individual school substance abuse programs may provide group experiences, individual counseling and other programs.


Alcohol and illegal drug use and abuse are prohibited by the Code of Student Conduct in compliance with all applicable federal, state or local laws and ordinances.





September 23, 2013__________________________________________________________




Legal Ref.: Code of Virginia, 1950 as amended, 22.1-78, 16.1-305.1.



Cross Refs.: CLA Reporting Acts of Violence and Substance Abuse

IGAG Teaching about Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco

JFC Student Conduct

JFC-R Standards of Student Conduct

JFCF Drugs in School

JGD/JGE Student Suspension/Expulsion

JHG Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting

JO Student Records