Dear Editor,

New Jersey high school, community college and state college administrators should lead the way towards more sensible marijuana policies by simply flushing any alleged marijuana down the toilet and calling the student's parents (unless the student has a medical card), instead of contacting the police.

When police are contacted, ridiculous laws are enforced that the legislature has sought to repeal, but has been blocked by NJ State Dictator, Presidential Wannabe and target of federal criminal probe, Gov. Chris Christie. Students also lose access to federal financial aid as well as job and scholarship opportunities.

It's time to set new policies stating that, marijuana high times at New Jersey schools are a time that parents, not police are contacted, with no other penalty attached.

Fast Times at Ridgemont High's Jeff Spicoli would be proud. Maybe NJ Weedman could alternatively pick up (instead of flushing) the marijuana from the district to burn it?

Eric Hafner
Toms River