The sent an email on Tuesday to parents of parents, alerting them to a drug sale that took place at school.
Principal Marilyn Rodahan urged parents to speak with their children Tuesday evening about this issue. She also encouraged parents to partner with her and her staff to let students “know that their health and safety is critical,” adding that if it is known that “anyone or anything" is "jeopardizing the students” at Weber, they should let someone know. The staff, she said, would continue to be vigiliant.
Rodahan later told Patch that, "Although this is a national problem we are taking it very seriously and need the community's help and support."
"As a school community, we are committed to continuing to be vigilant and take proactive steps to address issues that threaten the well-being of our children," she added.
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