Alright y'all. I tried searching, promise. And I could not find a previous post on this even though I know they're there.
I am at a high school now (working with Mr. Poodles!!) and I am unfamiliar with how to assess the students if they're suspected to be under the influence. I was brought one yesterday: Upon entering I first checked smell, through my mask of course. No smell of alcohol or marijuana noted. I check her pupils, gait, speech, how she reacted when I said was going to call mom (about an actual medical concern). I found nothing of concern. The SRO came in after and said his findings were the same.
My question is: Is there anything else I should've done? Do you all make them do almost like a sobriety test (I.e. walk a straight line, nose to finger, etc.)? I want to make sure I am doing everything I can do detect an abnormality if it's there, I've been in elementary the last 6 years, and thankfully, I never had this issue. My 9 years in the hospital dealing with DT patients yields some assistance, but I want advice from my "co-workers".
Miss y'all. Covid is taking up so much of our time I know we aren't on here as much.