A 15-year-old Woodside High School student has been disciplined after school authorities learned that she had sold marijuana-laced Rice Krispies treats to four of her fellow students, according to authorities from the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office and the Sequoia Union High School District.
The incident occurred March 20 and was reported April 7 by a parent to school administrators, who then informed the Sheriff's Office, district Superintendent Jim Lianides told the Almanac. The student admitted selling the treats, he said.
The education code allows the district to expel a student for two semesters for this offense, Mr. Lianides said. The Sequoia district typically readmits expelled students, but assigns them to a different high school.