(a) The board of trustees of a school district shall prohibit the use of alcoholic
beverages at a school-related or school-sanctioned activity on or off school property.
(a-1) This section does not apply to a performing arts facility leased to a nonprofit
organization for an event as provided by Section 11.179.
(b) The board of trustees of a school district shall attempt to provide a safe alcohol-free
environment to students coming to or going from school. The board of trustees may cooperate with local law enforcement officials and the
Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission in attempting to provide this environment and
in enforcing Sections 101.75, 109.33, and 109.59, Alcoholic Beverage Code. Additionally, the board, if a majority of the area of a district is located in a
municipality with a population of 900,000 or more, may petition the commissioners
court of the county in which the district is located or the governing board of an
incorporated city or town in which the district is located to adopt a 1,000-foot zone
under Section 109.33, Alcoholic Beverage Code.
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