• Rules & Procedures

Prohibited Items

  • Drugs and Alcohol

    The possession, distribution, or use of alcoholic beverages, illegal substances, non-prescribed and/or non-approved medication on school property, at school sponsored events, away games, or on school trips is prohibited. Inappropriate use of prescription medication or any mood-altering substances is also prohibited. Students under the influence of alcohol or illegal substances may face the same consequences as students in possession of these materials.

    Administration will investigate any allegations of alcohol or drug-related activity by any student and will take disciplinary action, which may include suspension or expulsion.

    Tobacco, Vaporizers, and Nicotine Products

    Garner Magnet High School is a tobacco-free campus and as such prohibits the use or distribution of all tobacco products by employees, students, and visitors. Student health and wellness is of the highest priority. For this reason, no student shall violate the Board's "Use of tobacco and Nicotine products" policy. Students are specifically advised that this policy prohibits vaporizers and liquids used in vaporizers even if they do not contain tobacco or nicotine.

    Weapons

    The possession of weapons, explosives of any kind, or objects, tools, or devices that may be used as weapons, is prohibited on campus and at any school-related activity, whether or not the activity is on campus.

    Personal Items

    Personal items can create a nuisance or an undue distraction. Items such as laser pointers, water pistols, skateboards, and rollerblades are not permitted at school. Students who have questions concerning what types of personal items are permitted on campus should ask for administrative clarification before bringing questionable items onto the campus. All personal items should be marked clearly with a student’s name.

    Students should not bring excessive amounts of cash or valuable jewelry to school. Garner Magnet High School is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

     

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