FOLSOM – Folsom High School parents were notified on Wednesday that a student was sent to the hospital after eating a possible marijuana brownie.
"It has been reported that this student may have suffered adverse reactions after eating a brownie that contained illegal drugs," school Principal Kathryn Allaman said a letter to parents.
Allaman said in the statement the girl is expected to be okay.
Folsom-Cordova Unified School District spokesperson Daniel Thigpen said the school and police are now investigating the possibility that another student gave the brownie to the girl.
Thigpen said they believe this is an isolated incident, and no other students reported feeling ill. He added the district is committed to having a safe campus, and it will not tolerate any kind of illegal substances.