PORTSMOUTH, Va. -- A student at Churchland High School in Portsmouth passed out after reportedly eating marijuana-laced cookies Friday, school district officials said.
The girl was reported to the office for being under the influence and then briefly lost consciousness in the school's clinic, according to a Portsmouth Public Schools spokesperson.
School officials called paramedics and the student's parents, and she was sent to the hospital.
As part of the school's investigation into the incident, a male student at Churchland High was searched and was found to be carrying the marijuana-laced cookies.
The spokesperson said appropriate disciplinary action was taken for both students.