Neshaminy school district is considering a measure that would allow the use of breathalyzers at special events, including prom.
According to a report on BucksLocalNews, the Neshaminy school board is considering allowing district personnel to use a breathalyzer if a student appears intoxicated at after school or special events. A vote on the change to the district’s discipline and alcohol policies is expected during the board’s April 22 meeting.
Superintendent Robert Copeland said a similar policy
at his previous school district in New Jersey was successful,
BucksLocalNews.com reported. Breathalyzers would not be used during regular school day, the publication noted.
The meeting on April 22 begins at 7 p.m. at the district offices.