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Castori elementary student shared edibles resembling Skittles

A fourth grader distributed cannabis-like cannabis candy to other students at a school in Sacramento this week, the Twin Rivers Unified School District at KCRA 3 said in a statement. Several students reportedly ate the edible candies. Zkittlez cannabis sharing occurred Wednesday morning during the first break at Michael J. Castori Elementary School, the school principal said in a letter to families who received KCRA 3. They invited families of students who ate the edibles. The school nurse and paramedics evaluated the students. The school said there were no reports of student hospitalization. “My goal is to make sure our students are safe and we’re really sorry about this incident,” Principal Leslie Sargent said in a letter. The school said it spoke to the student’s family who distributed the cannabis candies and is investigating what happened. Sargent said: “Steps will be taken to ensure that this does not happen again.” It is not clear how many milligrams of THC are in a Zkittlez. It is also not clear how many students ate the food. Parents were advised to call their doctors if their child develops worsening symptoms. “To ensure that this does not happen again, the school administration in Kastori Primary School reminds students not to bring candy to school and not to share food with others,” the district said in a statement.

A fourth grader distributed cannabis-like cannabis candy to other students at a school in Sacramento this week, the Twin Rivers Unified School District at KCRA 3 said in a statement. Several students reportedly ate the edible candies.

Zkittlez cannabis sharing occurred Wednesday morning during the first break at Michael J. Castori Elementary School, the school principal said in a letter to families who received KCRA 3.

They called the families of the students who ate the food. The school nurse and paramedics evaluated the students. The school said there were no reports of student hospitalization.

“My goal is to ensure that our students are safe and we are truly sorry for this incident,” Principal Leslie Sargent wrote in a letter.

The school said it spoke to the student’s family who distributed the cannabis candies and is investigating what happened.

Sargent said, “Steps will be taken to ensure that this does not happen again.”

It is not clear how many milligrams of THC are in a Zkittlez. It is also not clear how many students ate the food.

Parents were advised to call their doctors if their child develops worsening symptoms.

“To ensure that this does not happen again, the school administration in Kastori Primary School reminds students not to bring candy to school and not to share food with others,” the district said in a statement.

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