St. Viator Catholic School in Chicago to randomly test students for drugs, alcohol
Last Updated: 48 days ago
CHICAGO - A Catholic school in Chicago will test students for drugs and alcohol.
St. Viator Catholic School will take hair samples each week from 10 to 20 students chosen at random.
If a student tests positive, the school will discipline them or make them go to counseling.
Supporters of the random testing say it's all about ensuring student safety.
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