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4101.23.2.3
Possession of a firearm or deadly weapon as defined in WV Code 61-7-2 on
any school bus as defined in WV Code 17A-1-1, or in any public or private primary or
secondary education building, structure, facility, or grounds thereof, or at any school-
sponsored function as defined in WV Code 61-7-11a.
4101.23.2.4
Sale of a narcotic drug as defined in WV Code 60A-1-101 on the premises
of an educational facility, at a school sponsored function, or on a school bus.
4101.23.3
Beginning with the 2003-2004 school year, Harrison County Schools will provide
targeted technical assistance to any school that has, for two consecutive years, substantiated
violations of the offenses set forth in the previous section of this policy that exceed three per-
cent (3%) of the total number of students enrolled in the school, based on the school’s second
month enrollment.
4101.23.4
Beginning with the 2003-04 school year, a student attending a Persistently Danger-
ous School, as defined by the state, or who becomes a victim of a violent criminal offense, as
determined by State law, while in or on the grounds of a public school that the student attends,
shall be allowed to attend an alternative safe public school within the Harrison County School
System.
4101.23.5
Beginning with the 2003-04 school year, the West Virginia Department of Educa-
tion will provide targeted technical assistance to any school that has, for two consecutive
years, substantiated violations of the offenses set forth in section 4101.20 of this policy that
exceed three and seventy- five one hundredths percent (3.75%) of the total number of students
enrolled in the school, based on the school’s second month enrollment.
4101.23.6
Beginning with the 2003-04 school year, if Harrison County has one or more
schools identified as persistently dangerous, the county shall, in a timely manner, notify par-
ents of each student attending the school that the state has identified the school as persistently
dangerous: offer students the opportunity to transfer to a safe public school within the county
and, for those students who accept the offer, complete the transfer.
4101.23.7
If Harrison County has one or more schools identified as persistently dangerous,
the county will develop a corrective action plan, submit it to the West Virginia Department of
Education, and implement that plan in a timely manner.
4101.24 Prevention and Intervention Training
4101.24.1
Harrison County shall provide training, technical assistance in research-based, ef-
fective models for violence prevention education (including the prevention of bullying, harass-
ment, and intimidation), substance abuse prevention, as well as other programs and initiatives