Alcohol policy is sensible, considering multiple offenses and focusing on education. While the alcohol policy is elaborated upon, the drug policy is not. In addition, the medical amnesty policy covers only alcohol related emergencies, suggesting that drug policy violations may be treated much more harshly than alcohol.
(marijuana grouped with other illegal drugs in policy)
Sanction(s) for alcohol policy violations:
Guidelines of possible sanctions: First offense: limited probation and completion of an alcohol education course. Second offense: referral to alcohol use consultation, general probation, parental notification. Third offense: suspension
Sanction(s) for other drug policy violations:
Sanctions not specific to drugs and include: expulsion, suspension, probation, general warning, warning. Policy mentions possibility of other judicial sanctions, but does not explain them.
Typical sanction for first time possession of small amount of marijuana: