West Virginia School Discipline Laws & Regulations: Scope

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West Virginia School Discipline Laws & Regulations: Scope

Category: Codes of Conduct
Subcategory: Scope
State: West Virginia

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§18-2C-3. Policy prohibiting harassment, intimidation or bullying.

(b) Each county board policy shall, at a minimum, include the following components:

(1) A statement prohibiting harassment, intimidation or bullying of any student on school property, a school bus, at a school bus stop or at school sponsored events.

§61-7-11a. Possessing deadly weapons on premises of educational facilities; reports by school principals; suspension of driver’s license; possessing deadly weapons on premises housing courts of law and family law courts.

(b)(1) It is unlawful to possess a firearm or other deadly weapon:

(A) On a school bus as defined in § 17A-1-1 of this code;

(B) In or on the grounds of any primary or secondary educational facility of any type: Provided, That it shall not be unlawful to possess a firearm or other deadly weapon in or on the grounds of any private primary or secondary school, if such institution has adopted a written policy allowing for possession of firearms or other deadly weapons in the facility or on the grounds thereof;

(C) At a school-sponsored function that is taking place in a specific area that is owned, rented, or leased by the West Virginia Department of Education, the West Virginia Secondary Schools Activities Commission, a county school board, or local public school for the actual period of time the function is occurring.


No relevant regulations found.

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