Myles Rovig

Re-1 School Board issues statement on medical marijuana

John Stroud 8/18/2010 GLENWOOD SPRINGS - Roaring Fork District Re-1 school board members have issued a formal position statement related to medical marijuana and the impact its proliferation could have on students in the district. The statement is directed at local elected officials in Glenwood Springs, Carbondale and Basalt, the communities served by Re-1, who are considering possible regulatory controls on the growing medical marijuana industry.

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An open discussion on medical marijuana

6/29/2010 Dear Editor: Your recent article about Re-1 school board member Myles Rovig's anti-medical marijuana views addresses several interesting and important issues.

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Proposed Roaring Fork School District employee drug policy change raises legal question

Medical marijuana clarifications made John Stroud 4/20/2010 GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado — A suggestion to expand a policy related to disclosure by Roaring Fork School District Re-1 employees of a drug or alcohol conviction for any incident occurring off school grounds will require a legal opinion. The Re-1 school board is updating its drug use and drug-free workplace policies for both students and staff, partly to reflect the new laws surrounding medical marijuana and the right of legally registered patients to possess and use marijuana.

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Re-1 school board reviewing policy on ...MMJ

Policy revisions related to drug and alcohol use by students and staff, will also be discussed John Stroud 4/14/2010 GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado — As the impacts of budget cuts mount, the Roaring Fork School District Re-1 wants to make sure it isn't closing the door to potential outside private funding to support school programs. The school board, at its regular meeting tonight, will review the district's policy related to corporate partnerships and use of corporate logos and advertising in school facilities. ...

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