Middle schoolers face random drug testing
from ABC News
A small New Jersey school district is taking a new approach to battling drug use by middle schoolers. Soon students as young as 11 at Belvidere, N.J.'s, Oxford Street School will be marching down the halls to the nurse's office to pee in cups for random drug testing. "I'm hoping that it will be a deterrent," the school's Principal Sandra Szabocsik said of the new policy. The program, which was approved at a poorly attended school board meeting, will be voluntary and require both student and parental consent.
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