Nine Maine High School Students Suspended For Passing Out Weed Cookies At School Assembly
Nine students at Cape Elizabeth High School in Maine are being suspended for passing out special cookies at a school assembly. These students brought the weed-laced cookies to an ethics event of all places.
After many reports of sudden sickness after eating the cookies, police investigated the situation and found out that the secret ingredient in the cookies was marijuana.
School policy states that any student who distributes or sells drugs must be suspended for 10 days and face possible expulsion following a school board hearing.
Cape Elizabeth schools superintendent Meredith Nadeau said its unclear if the students who ate the cookies were aware that they contained marijuana.
Andrew Alvez | Elite.