- AdministratorMay 31, 2020 at 3:05 pm
Recent revisions made to the Student Code of Conduct for Aiken County’s public schools includes a new item on the list of illicit substances: CBD oils and products.
Aiken County (South Carolina) Schools Superintendent King Laurence said the decision to ban CBD is primarily centered on the issue of vaping in schools.
Laurence said the school system does not have a “reliable” test to determine whether vaping products contain illegal levels of THC.
“We have to err on the side of not allowing those products (CBD) at all,” Laurence said.
Having CBD products on school property will now result in a level three infraction after the changes made to the Student Code of Conduct were voted into action.
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