Sunday, March 20, 2011

Drug Sniffing Dogs used at local High School


The Tulare Joint Union High School District is looking into reinstating a drug-sniffing dog service at each high school campus due to an increase in drug- and alcohol-related suspensions.
While Tulare high school district suspension rates are down overall, drug and alchohol-related suspensions are on the rise at each high school.
Each high school principal reported to Tulare Joint Union High School District board members Thursday that suspensions overall have dropped significantly. They credit the drop in suspensions with the opening of Mission Oak High School and building a better school culture.

20 comments:

  1. Just checking on my comment system.

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  2. I'm so glad that they didn't have sniffer dogs when I used to go to school. Oh man, that would have sucked so bad.

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  3. what are students sopposed to do now?

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  4. Students are just going to have to do their drugs at home I guess.

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  5. They had dogs at my high school, but they weren't very good at their job, I can tell you.
    Interesting blog, following.

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  6. Hahaha I would've been screwed if they had them dogs... Followed! alphabetalife.blogspot.com

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  7. drug sniffing dogs seem to extreme

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  8. Jeez! drugs are becoming an ever increasing problem in schools! :S

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  9. Oo .. I don't know what to write xD

    nice post ;)

    followed :)

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  10. wow, thats really serious... at my school they had this ocassionaly too, but their dogs kinda sucked and didn't catch anyone ;)

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  11. my school had some of these.

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  12. Drug sniffing dogs?

    Your drug issue is that serious? lol

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  13. The hardcore kids are gonna bring stuff in anyway for +rep.

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  14. I once had drug sniffing dogs used at my high school. It took them about 1 hour to search through all the lockers.

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  15. What a coincidence, my law class just discussed the legality of this today.

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  16. Bit to far, like your blog! following!

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  17. my school had them. we didn't even have a major drug problem, the parents just have money and are nuts.

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  18. Now dogs will become addicts.. what a shame!

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