State law prohibits the sale, possession, or use of alcohol or controlled substances on school grounds or at school-related events.
Arizona Revised Statutes 15-108 Medical marijuana; school campuses; prohibition; definition
A. In addition to the limitations prescribed in section 36-2802, subsection B, a person, including a cardholder as defined in section 36-2801, may not lawfully possess or use marijuana on the campus of any public university, college, community college or postsecondary educational institution. This subsection does not prohibit medical research projects involving marijuana that are conducted on the campus of any public university, college, community college or postsecondary institution as authorized by applicable federal approvals, which may include the United States food and drug administration, the United States drug enforcement administration and the national institutes on drug abuse, and on approval of any applicable university institutional review board.
B. A person may not lawfully possess or use marijuana on the campus of any high school, junior high school, middle school, common school or preschool in this state.
Arizona Revised Statutes 15-843. Pupil disciplinary proceedings
B. The governing board of any school district, in consultation with the teachers and parents of the school district, shall prescribe rules for the discipline, suspension and expulsion of pupils. The rules shall be consistent with the constitutional rights of pupils and shall include at least the following: 10. Procedures that require the school district to annually report to the department of education in a manner prescribed by the department the number of suspensions and expulsions that involve the possession, use or sale of an illegal substance under title 13, chapter 34 and the type of illegal substance involved in each suspension or expulsion. The department of education shall compile this information and annually post the information on its website. The information shall comply with the family educational rights and privacy act of 1974 (P.L. 93-380; 88 Stat. 57; 20 United States Code section 1232g) and not include personally identifiable information and shall show the number of suspensions and expulsions associated with each illegal substance aggregated statewide and by county.