MUSKEGON TOWNHIP, Mich.–A middle school student at Orchard View Middle School in Muskegon County was sent home in December after bringing a marijuana cookie to school, according to Superintendent Patricia Walstra. The female student was expelled for 180 days.
This is the second incident in several months in West Michigan involving marijuana-laced treat at school.
In January, two students at Three Rivers High School were caught with pot candy. Police believe they bought it from another student.
Designed to treat pain for patients with serious medical conditions, the products are made by extracting the active ingredient or THC in marijuana.