Has both desktop and mobile site and an app, plus paid-for and free singles events.One 5ft 10in friend reports she saw only potential men to browse when she logged in to Match.
There are many good on-line resources you can consult.
Check with your local librarian on other resources.
If you read the next post in the last newsletter, it was about a boy who is addicted and his life is rapidly sliding downhill.
You want to nip her experimental behavior in the bud (no pun intended) before it becomes a bigger problem.
My impression, which is just that, is that drugs are more of a problem for students with more spending money, and also with more time on their hands/less supervision.
My daughter's impression is that people who are preoccupied with ''popularity'' are more likely to try marijuana or alcohol.
If it were my daughter, I would want another parent who knows she is buying marijuana (or any other drug) to contact me immediately.
I would respect the other parent, not let it cause a problem in my children's relationship.
We don't know if we should share the info with the friend's parents. However, if starting as a teen, the risk/probability of marijuana becoming a gateway to more dangerous, risky behaviors is much worse. No one this age should be doing marijuana and I wish middle and high schools would do more because they only have this captive audience for so long- have dogs sniff out lockers/backpacks randomly, take action - require counseling or even a brief stint in a jail cell or visit to one of those detox centers, so they realize the severity of smoking weed.