Senate passes resonable suspicion drug testing resolution

By a vote of 14 to 5, Student Senate passsed a resolution to support reasonable suspicon drug testing at their March 16 meeting.

Resolution 6-10 shows supports setting up a process for staff to refer students to adminstration, adding a second level of screening that includes people who have additional training in identifying drug and alcohol use and testing students who are suspected of being under the influence at school. 

See the Student Senate web page for more information.  The Paw Print will have continuing coverage of the vote.