Investigation launched after middle schoolers given cannabis edibles

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An unidentified number of students given pieces of a chocolate bar on school grounds may not have known the treat contained cannabis, sparking a probe by Massachusetts school officials. The school district has strict policies related to student use of alcohol, drugs and other controlled substances, they note. Earlier in April, it was announced that a student at a New Mexico school had shared THC-infused cannabis edibles with 14 other pupils. As part of its investigation, officials for Norwood Public Schools learned that one student brought a cannabis chocolate bar into the school and shared the bar with several other students after lunch. Administrators for the Coakley Middle School in Norwood, Mass., which houses students in grades six through eight, were informed of the incident on Apr. 1.

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An unidentified number of students given pieces of a chocolate bar on school grounds may not have known the treat contained cannabis, sparking a probe by Massachusetts school officials.

Administrators for the Coakley Middle School in Norwood, Mass., which houses students in grades six through eight, were informed of the incident on Apr. 1.

As part of its investigation, officials for Norwood Public Schools learned that one student brought a cannabis chocolate bar into the school and shared the bar with several other students after lunch.

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