Under the influence definition

Under the influence means any student of the district who has any alcohol or illegal chemical substance or the metabolites thereof present in the student's body in any amount which is considered to be "positive" for such alcohol or drug or drug metabolites using any scientifically substantiated alcohol or drug use screen test and alcohol or drug use confirm test.
Under the influence means a student's faculties are noticeably impaired, but the student need not be legally intoxicated.
Under the influence means not having the normal use of mental or physical faculties; however, the student need not be legally intoxicated.

Examples of Under the influence in a sentence

  • Under the influence means any level of impairment and includes even the odor of alcohol on the breath or person of a student, or the odor of an illicit drug on the student.

  • Under the influence of the norms within their own culture, they may deviate from the norms of the foreign culture in what kind of material are to be included in a particular variety of written discourse, what style is appropriate, and how the discourse is to be organized.

  • Under the influence of the Internet, social networks and mobile platforms, they also change needs and behaviour.

  • Under the influence of the refraction at the air-water interface, the jets appear to undulate, and C1 to C4 represents the main section, influenced by the effect of buoyancy and thus soaring to the top.Fig.

  • Under the influence of economic and technological developments, societies are likely to become more individualistic, less permissive of hierarchies, and more focused on indulgence and enjoying life.

More Definitions of Under the influence

Under the influence of substances means that the student is observed in the use of a substance or exhibits physical and/or behavioral characteristics that indicate the immediate use of a substance.
Under the influence means for the purpose of this policy that the employee is affected by an alcoholic substance, or the combination of a drug and alcohol, in any detectable manner. The symptoms of influence are not confined to those consistent with misbehavior or to obvious impairment of physical or mental ability such as slurred speech or difficulty in maintaining balance. A determination of influence can be established by professional opinion, a scientifically valid test and, in some cases such as alcohol, by a lay person’s opinion.
Under the influence means the presence of a substance as defined in Policy 4218 and this Regulation as confirmed in a medical examination and substance test.
Under the influence means observed abnormal behavior or impairments in mental or physical performance leading a reasonable person to believe the individual has used alcohol, any controlled substances (including lawfully prescribed and over-the-counter medications), marijuana (including medical marijuana), or inhalants that impairs their performance of essential job function or creates a direct threat to child care children or others. Examples of abnormal behaviors include, but are not limited to hallucinations, paranoia, or violent outbursts. Examples of impairments in physical or mental performance include, but are not limited to slurred speech as well as difficulty walking or performing job activities.
Under the influence for the purpose of testing, means having the presence of a drug or alcohol at or above the level of a positive test result.
Under the influence means that the employee is affected by alcohol or drugs in any determinable manner. A determination of being under the influence can be established by a professional opinion, a scientifically valid test, a layperson's opinion, or the statement of a witness.
Under the influence means being unable to perform work in a safe and productive manner; being in a physical or mental condition which creates a risk to the safety and well-being of the individual, other employees or the public; and/or having any laboratory evidence of the presence of drugs, alcohol, prohibited or controlled substance in the employee’s body.