Kent City Community Schools
Administrative Guidelines
 

2431D - BANNED DRUGS

The Department of Community Health shall periodically distribute to the District the list of banned drugs based on bylaw 31.2.3 of the National Collegiate Athletic Association. This information shall be provided to parents, students and the community annually. This information will be included in student handbooks and publications regarding athletics and extracurricular activities.

Banned Drugs

The following is a list of banned-drug classes, with examples of substance under each class:

 

A.

Stimulants:

   
 

amiphenazole

methylenedioxymethamphetamine

amphetamine

 

(MDMA, ecstasy)

bemigride

methylphenidate

benzphetamine

nikethamide

bromantan

pemoline

caffeine1(guarana)

pentetrazol

chlorphentermine

phendimetrazine

cocaine

phenmetrazine

cropropamide

phentermine

crothetamide

phenylpropanolamine (ppa)

diethylpropion

picrotoxine

dimethylamphetamine

pipradol

doxapram

prolintane

ephedrine (ephedra,

strychnine

 

ma huang)

synephrine (citrus aurantium,

ethamivan

 

zhi shi, bitter orange)

ethylamphetamine

and related compounds.

fencamfamine

 

meclofenoxate

 

methamphetamine

 

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if the concentration in urine exceeds fifteen (15) micrograms/ml

     
 

B.

Anabolic Agents:

   
 

anabolic steroids

methyltestosterone

androstenediol

nandrolone

androstenedione

norandrostenediol

boldenone

norandrostenedione

clostebol

norethandrolone

dehydrochlormethyl-testosterone

oxandrolone

dehydroepiandro-sterone (DHEA)

oxymesterone

dihydrotestosterone (DHT)

oxymetholone

dromostanolone

stanozolol

epitrenbolone

testosterone2

fluoxymesterone

tetrahydrogestrinone (THG)

gestrinone

trenbolone

mesterolone

and related compounds

   
 

other anabolic agents

 
   
 

methandienone

methenolone

clenbuterol

   
 

C.

Substances Banned for Specific Sports:

 

Rifle:

 

alcohol

pindolol

atenolol

propranoloi

metoprolol

timolol

nadolol

and related compounds

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if the administration of testosterone or use of any other manipulation has the result of increasing the ratio of the total concentration of testosterone to that of epitestosterone in the urine to greater than 6:1, unless there is evidence that this ratio is due to a physiological or pathological condition

     
 

D.

Diuretics:

   
 

acetazolamide

hydrochlorothiazide

bendroflumethiazide

hydroflumethiazide

benzhiazide

methyclothiazide

bumetanide

metolazone

chlorothiazide

polythiazide

chlorthalidone

quinethazone

ethacrynic acid

spironolactone (canrenone)

flumethiazide

triamterene

furosemide

trichlormethiazide

 

and related compounds

   
 

E.

Street Drugs:

   

heroin

tetrahydrocannabinol

marijuana3

(THC)3

   
 

F.

Peptide Hormones and Analogues:

   
 

corticotrophin (ACTH)

 

human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG)

 

luteinizing hormone (LH)

 

growth hormone (HGH, somatotrophin)

 

insulin like growth hormone (IGF-1)

   
 

All the respective releasing factors of the above-mentioned substances also are banned:

   
 

erythropoietin (EPO)

sermorelin

 

darbepoetin

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if the concentration in the urine of THC metabolite exceeds fifteen (15) nanograms/ml

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