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School Hearings

Posted: May 30, 2012 - 12:09am

A Harlem High School student went before the school system hearing officer on May 9 for an off-campus felony
and was expelled for the remainder of the school year and the first semester of next school year.

A Harlem High School student went before the hearing officer on May 9 for threats and was expelled for the remainder of the school year and the first semester of next school year.

A Greenbrier High School student went before the hearing officer on May 9 for being under the influence of drugs and was expelled for the remainder of the school year and ordered to attend the Columbia County Alternative School the first semester of next school year.

An alternative school special needs student went before the hearing officer on May 9 for an accumulation of offenses
and was remanded to the Individualized Education Planning Committee for punishment.

A Lakeside High School student went before the hearing officer on May 10 for an accumulation of offenses and was expelled for the remainder of the school year and ordered to attend the alternative school the first semester of next school year.

A Columbia Middle School pupil went before the hearing officer on May 10 for an accumulation of offenses and was expelled for the remainder of the school year.

A Lakeside High School special needs student went before the hearing officer on May 10 for fighting and was remanded to the IEP committee for punishment.

Two Greenbrier High School students went before the hearing officer on May 10 for possession of prescription drugs and were expelled for the remainder of the school year and ordered to attend the alternative school the first semester of next school year.

A Greenbrier High School student went before the hearing officer on May 10 for possession and distribution of prescription drugs and was expelled for the remainder of the school year and ordered to attend the alternative school the first semester of next school year.

A Grovetown High School student went before the hearing officer on May 14 for alcohol possession and was expelled for the remainder of the school year.

Three Grovetown High School students went before the hearing officer on May 14 for possession of prescription drugs and were expelled for the remainder of the school year.

A Grovetown High School special needs student went before the hearing officer on May 14 for possession of prescription drugs and was remanded to the IEP committee for punishment.

A Grovetown High School student went before the hearing officer on May 14 for possession of prescription drugs and was expelled for the remainder of the school year and the first semester of next school year.

An alternative school student went before the hearing officer on May 14 for an accumulation of offenses and was suspended for 10 days.

An alternative school student went before the hearing officer on May 14 for truancy and was expelled for the remainder of the school year.

A Harlem Middle School pupil went before the hearing officer on May 16 for possession of and being under the influence of drugs and was expelled, but the
final disposition is pending a re-entry request.

A Greenbrier High School student went before the hearing officer on May 16 for possession of prescription drugs and was expelled for the remainder of the school year and the first day of next school year.

A Greenbrier High School student went before the hearing officer on May 16 for possession of prescription drugs and was expelled for the remainder of the school year and ordered to attend the alternative school the first semester of next school year.

A Lakeside Middle School pupil went before the hearing officer on May 16 for theft and was expelled for the remainder of this school year and ordered to attend the alternative school the first semester of next school year.

An alternative school special needs student went before the hearing officer on May 16 for an accumulation of offenses and was remanded to the IEP committee for punishment.

An Evans High School student went before the hearing officer on May 16 for possession of prescription drugs and was expelled for the remainder of this school year and ordered to attend the
alternative school the first semester of next school year.

A Grovetown Middle School pupil went before the hearing officer on May 18 for sexual offenses and was remanded to the school for punishment because of insufficient evidence.

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