FNF(EXHIBIT) - STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES: INVESTIGATIONS AND SEARCHES

The following exhibits are used by the District:

EXHIBIT A

BORGER INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICTPARENTAL ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF REASONABLE SUSPICION DRUG-TESTING POLICY

I, ______________________________ as parent or guardian of _____________________, a student enrolled in Borger Independent School District hereby acknowledge the following:

I have received a copy of the District's reasonable suspicion drug-testing policy. I understand the District's policy regarding substance abuse. I understand that it is the practice of the District to conduct drug and alcohol tests for the purposes of carrying out this policy.

I understand that my child cannot be compelled to give a biological specimen. Under this policy, a "biological sample" will mean a urine sample or, in the case of reasonable suspicion of alcohol use, a breath sample. I understand that if he or she gives a biological specimen, it will be tested for drugs and/or alcohol. I understand that the giving of biological specimen, when requested by the District, is a condition of my child's being in good standing. I under-stand that if a test of my child's specimen reveals an unexplained presence of a drug and/or alcohol, the District will implement the steps associated with the drug-testing policy and Stu-dent Code of Conduct. More specifically, I understand that reasonable suspicion testing will be carried out in the following steps:

Any school employee who has reasonable suspicion, based on personal observation, that a student has used or is under the influence of (a) alcohol or (b) a controlled sub-stance or dangerous drug, as said terms are more specifically defined in the Student Code of Conduct, while at school or a school-related activity, will complete a referral form and discuss his or her suspicions with the campus principal, or, in the principal's absence, the principal's designee.

The campus principal or designee will review the evidence supporting the reasonable suspicion referral and will decide if it is sufficient to proceed. If so, the principal or de-signee will observe and/or question the student and then decide if he or she agrees with the initial assessment. If so, the principal or designee will proceed with the referral.

If the principal or designee decides that a drug-use test is warranted, he or she will con-tact the student's parent or guardian and take the student to the school nurse where the student will be asked to produce a breath and/or urine sample for testing.

If the student or parent/guardian refuses the test, the principal or designee will consider the refusal to be the same as a positive test and will proceed in accordance with local policy.

If a student produces a breath and/or urine sample for testing, the principal or designee may, based on the evidence and circumstances, return the student to class, assign the student to in-school suspension or the disciplinary alternative education program pending the results of the drug-use test and appeal procedures as set forth in this policy, or send the student home under the terms of an emergency removal, as described in the Student Code of Conduct.

Prescription drugs currently being taken as prescribed:

Comments:

At this time, I hereby acknowledge that I have read the terms and provisions of the District's reasonable suspicion drug-testing program and the above acknowledgment form.

Parent/Guardian signature ______________________________________ Date

Printed Name _________________________________________________

Witness ______________________________________________________

Student Signature _____________________________________________ Date

Printed Name _________________________________________________

Social Security Number _________________________________________

Student I.D. Number ____________________________________________

Please return to the principal's office by ________________________. You may return this form by sending it with your student to class, where the forms will be collected and forwarded to the principal's office. However, if you have provided any information above that you would like to remain confidential, you should return the form by mail to the principal's office at one of the following addresses: BISD Drug-Testing Policy, c/o Borger High School, Attn: BHS Principal, 600 W. 1st, Borger, TX 79007; or BISD Drug-Testing Policy, c/o Borger Middle School, 1321 S. Florida St., Borger, TX 79007.

EXHIBIT B

BORGER INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICTSTUDENT ACKNOWLEDGMENT FORM

Please sign, date, and return this form, along with a signed parental consent form, by _______________________________________.

I have received and read a copy of the District's reasonable suspicion drug-testing policy. I understand that this policy is part of the District's rules, and that it applies to all secondary District students.

Print Name

Social Security Number

Student Signature _____________________________________________ Date

Witness Signature _____________________________________________ Date

EXHIBIT C

BORGER INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICTREASONABLE SUSPICION OBSERVATION FORM(CONFIDENTIAL)

A. NATURE OF THE INCIDENT/CAUSE FOR SUSPICION

Apparent drug or alcohol intoxication

Observed abnormal or erratic behavior

Evidence of tampering on drug test

Other (e.g., flagrant violation of school regulations, serious misconduct, fighting or argumentative/abusive language, refusal of instruction, unauthorized absence), please specify

B. UNUSUAL BEHAVIOR

Extreme mood or personality change

Verbal abusiveness

Physical abusiveness

Withdrawal, depression, or unresponsiveness

Inappropriate verbal response to questioning or instructions

Other erratic or inappropriate behavior (e.g., hallucinations, disorientation, excessive euphoria, confusion), please specify

C. PHYSICAL SIGNS OR SYMPTOMS

Possession, dispensing, or using controlled substance

Slurred or incoherent speech

Unsteady gait or other loss of physical control; poor coordination

Dilated or constricted pupils or unusual eye movement

Bloodshot or watery eyes

Extreme fatigue or sleeping in class

Excessive sweating or clamminess of the skin

Flushed or very pale face

Highly excited or nervous

Nausea or vomiting

Odor of alcohol

Odor of marijuana

Dry mouth (frequent swallowing/lip wetting)

EXHIBIT D

BORGER INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICTSIGNS OF STUDENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE(CONFIDENTIAL)

Student

Staff Member ________________________________________ Date

Borger ISD

FNF(EXHIBIT)-X

LDU-42-06

DATE ISSUED: 10/16/2006