Glenn Hills High student had pot, gun, tribunal says

A Glenn Hills High School student found with marijuana, a gun and ammunition Nov. 15 was expelled from the school system, according to Richmond County tribunal findings recently made public.

The student was criminally charged with two count of burglary, possession of a firearm and intent to distribute marijuana.

The following are findings from hearings held Nov. 27, Nov. 28, Dec. 3, Dec. 7 and Dec. 17. All students were given the option to attend the alternative program in lieu of long-term suspension.

• A Westside High School student used profanity and made threats toward another student Nov. 5. He was assigned to the alternative program for the rest of the school year.

• A Hephzibah High School student was found in possession of marijuana Nov. 7. He was assigned to the alternative program for the rest of the school year.

• Two Tutt Middle School pupils engaged in sexual activity Nov. 5. Both were assigned to the alternative program for the rest of the school year.

• A Sego Middle School pupil threatened another pupil and attempted to get the pupil to fight him. The pupil was assigned to the alternative program for the rest of the school year.

• A Glenn Hills Middle School pupil physically attacked another pupil in class Nov. 6. While he was hitting the pupil, another pupil also began hitting the victim. The first pupil was given 10 days out-of-school suspension. The second pupil, who was already on probation, was assigned to the alternative program for the rest of the school year.

• Three Butler High School students cut class and smoked marijuana Nov. 8. All were assigned to the alternative program for the rest of the school year.

• A Cross Creek High School student put hand sanitizer on a desk Nov. 8 while another student tried to light it on fire. The student who placed the sanitizer was given three days of out-of-school suspension, five days in-school suspension and was placed on probation for the rest of the school year. The second student was given in-school suspension for the rest of the first semester and assigned to the alternative program for the second semester of the 2012-13 year.

• A Langford Middle School pupil threatened a teacher and came toward the teacher in an aggressive manner Nov. 8. She was given 10 days of in-school suspension and placed on probation for the rest of the year.

• A Hephzibah High School student was assigned to the Tubman Education Center Alternative Program for the rest of the school year for lighting a book of matches on fire and disregarding instruction Nov. 9.

• Two students were assigned to the alternative program for the rest of the school year for being in possession of marijuana residue Nov. 14. One of those students and a third student were attempting to smoke marijuana on the school campus. The third student who attempted to smoke but was not found with residue was assigned to the alternative program for the rest of the semester and placed on probation for the rest of the school year.

• A Butler High School student smoked marijuana on the way to school and had it in his possession on campus Nov. 15. He was assigned to the alternative program for the rest of the school year.

• A Sego Middle School pupil attempted to attack another pupil, used profanity and pushed a teacher Nov. 9. She was assigned to the alternative program for the rest of middle school.

• A Glenn Hills High School student had alcohol in his possession Nov. 27 and struggled with the school safety and security officer. He was also criminally charged with burglary, a felony. The student was assigned to the alternative program for the rest of the school year. Upon final disposition of the criminal matter, the tribunal will convene to determine the student’s placement.

• A Butler High School student was found with marijuana Nov. 7. The student was assigned to the alternative program for the rest of the school year.

• A Westside High School student touched a female student and made sexual comments to her Dec. 4. He was assigned to the alternative program for the rest of the school year.

• A Morgan Road Middle School pupil pushed school employees while they were trying to break up his fight with another pupil Nov. 27. He was assigned to the alternative program for the rest of the school year.

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