Wednesday’s CCSS Student Services Committee Meeting to Discuss Revisions to the Drug Testing Policy

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Submitted by Tracy Barnes

The Student Services Committee will meet on Wednesday, May 18 at the Central High School Cafeteria at 6 PM to consider the following agenda item:

1) To consider and take appropriate action relative to Proposed Revisions to the Mandatory Drug Testing Policy (Requested by Mr. Faulk, Presented by Mr. Faulk).

This meeting is open to the public.


  1. Another Central resident

    May 19, 2011 at 7:07 am

    Can the schools just educate the students and stop being their mommy and daddy?

  2. Alton R Ashford

    May 19, 2011 at 10:37 pm

    I attended the meeting AC Res. I have no doubt that these people are trying their best to help fight teen drug use. They hate the drugs, not the kids.

  3. Because I Care

    May 23, 2011 at 8:23 pm

    I appreciate what Alton had to say about this. Alcohol and drug abuse can effect a horrible stranglehold on people, especially in today’s current culture. The younger people today are especially susceptible to this, having grown up in this current culture and being at an age when peer pressure can feel so overwhelming at times. I think it is a sign of recognizing the particular insidiousness of alcohol and drug abuse and also a sign of truly caring about young people to be attempting these means to lessen the pull of alcohol and illegal drugs on these precious young lives of purpose that are at stake in our community!

  4. Not a sheep

    May 25, 2011 at 2:52 pm

    Such diatribes should be saved for Oprah, allow your heart to bleed elsewhere.

    If one honestly cared about young people, would he force them to surrender their DNA to prove their innocence?

    If one cared about young people, would he haphazardly force all young people into this stranglehold of criminalization instead of education? It is the responsibility of a school to EDUCATE, isn’t it?

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