School District To Begin Randomly Drug-Testing High School Students
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A school district in Clark County, Indiana, will soon be randomly drug testing students who want to participate in extracurricular activities like sports, band, and driving to school.

“Henryville High School and Borden High School will randomly select ten students each quarter and test them for ten drugs that teenagers are most likely to use,” local ABC 13 reported.

“If students test positive, they will be ineligible for one-third of scheduled extracurricular activities...

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