Brown Street Alternative Center to offer new program
By Kelly Cantrall
Friday, December 21, 2012 at 5:11 pm (Updated: December 23, 9:23 pm)
Hardin County Schools is adding an extra service for students found to be using drugs.
The HCS board approved a drug screening program for students who have been assigned to Brown Street Alternative Education Center because of a violation of the district’s drug policy.
Students found in possession of, using or under the influence of a controlled substance will attend Brown Street at least four weeks. Those students are tested at some point while there for continued drug use.
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