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Delaware Code Title 14. Education § 3805. Local drug-free school advisory committees

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(a) A local drug-free school advisory committee may be established and appointed by each local board of education. Such committee may be either a newly created committee, or an existing local drug and alcohol abuse committee formerly established by the county, municipality or school district. Although the committee may have additional members, its basic membership shall be composed of the following residents of the district or area affected:

(1) One local law enforcement officer;

(2) An administrator or teacher, employed by the local school district, who has expertise in drug and alcohol programs;

(3) One administrator and 1 teacher from the school or school district which has direct involvement in the program;

(4) One parent who has a son or daughter enrolled in the school;

(5) Three high school students;

(6) One person who is a permanent full-time employee of the state, county or municipality, and whose duties primarily involve drug education or treatment;

(7) Any other person who is involved, by employment or as a volunteer, in any drug and/or alcohol prevention program.

(b) No project or program, financed in whole or in part with funds under this chapter, shall begin in any school until such project or program has first received the approval of the local drug-free school advisory committee.

Cite this article: - Delaware Code Title 14. Education § 3805. Local drug-free school advisory committees - last updated January 01, 2022 |

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