Statements have been taken for a separate school discipline investigation and officials will meet with students and parents regarding school-based punishments, which could lead to a discipline hearing and result in expulsion or suspension, said Chief Academic Officer Cliff Jones.
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Because of a short winter break, Wednesday is the first day Sandtown students will return to school since the incident.
A Fulton school police incident report indicated that some of the sickened students had eaten Rice Krispy treats and heart-shaped lollipops, among other snacks.
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The GBI said it is continuing to do a “complete analysis” of all the items, which it called “a priority.”
The district, in a statement released this morning, said that the student code of conduct prohibits possession of unauthorized intoxicants. The school district’s police department will determine if criminal charges will be filed.
“We will investigate this thoroughly and will see this through to the fullest extent possible,” said Shannon Flounnory, executive director of the the district’s safety and security division.
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