A recent study found that more eighth- and 10th-graders are using pot since Washington legalized marijuana. And more kids don’t think pot is harmful. But marijuana can hurt teens in lasting ways. Think IQ. Here are some signs your child might be using pot and how to respond.
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We recognize every LGBTQIA+ student's right to respect, dignity and safety.
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As of March 12, face masks are no longer required in many indoor settings, but all Swedish locations require universal masking.