Thursday, June 20, 2013 at 11:15 pm (Updated: June 20, 11:31 pm)
A revised policy on drug testing for student athletes was approved on second reading at Tuesday’s Roane County Board of Education meeting.
The revision removes the opt-out clause and subjects all student athletes to random drug testing during a sport season.
“Does this policy have in it where we test all kids before each season?” Mike “Brillo” Miller asked.
“No,” Wade McCullough responded. “This is still providing only random testing.”
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