When students are prescribed medications, the drugs are provided to the school nurse who has the responsibility of administering them. Henceforth, those medications will be kept in a lock box under the school nurses’ supervision.

“We want to thank the prosecuting attorney’s office for providing these lock boxes,” Hardy County Schools Superintendent Sheena Van Meter told the Board of Education. The board met on Monday, Nov. 4.

According to Prosecuting Attorney Lucas See, the funds for the boxes came from forfeitures of money and property seized during drug

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The next meeting of the Hardy County Board of Education will be held on Monday, Nov. 18 beginning at 5 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Central Office, 510 Ashby St. in Moorefield. The public is invited to attend.