Drug Bust News: Middle School Students Expelled For Prescription Drugs

Drug Bust News: Middle School Students Expelled For Prescription Drugs

A recent drug bust at a mid-state middle school is shedding light on the growing problem of prescription drug abuse among teens.

Seven students at Stewarts Creek Middle School of Rutherford County in Tennessee were expelled after a teacher caught them with prescription pills on campus. Rutherford County school officials said they have a strict zero tolerance policy. It is reported that the students involved told school administrators they brought in two different kinds of medications. One is believed to have been a drug used to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

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