Any school may appoint a chemical abuse preassessment team consisting of a school
counselor, a social worker, and other appropriately trained individuals or a school
may use a building support team to carry out chemical abuse prevention services under
this chapter. The team shall review and act upon law enforcement reports of chemical abuse violations
by students. Within fourteen days of receiving a report, the team shall determine whether to
provide to the student, or if the student is a minor to the student's parent or guardian,
information regarding chemical abuse and school and community services available to
assist individuals who engage in chemical abuse.
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