Drug Testing of Individual Student
October 9, 2017
REASONABLE SUSPICION -
DRUG TESTING OF INDIVIDUAL STUDENTS
If based on observable behavior or symptoms, a school employee has a reasonable suspicion that a student is under the influence of a controlled substance, the employee will report the matter to the building principal and the student will be escorted to the school nurse’s office for an examination that may include checking the student for abnormal vital signs.
If based on the student’s observable behavior, medical symptoms, vital signs or other factors, school administrators have a reasonable suspicion that the student is under the influence of a controlled substance, the student may be required to submit to drug or alcohol testing. The testing may include but is not limited to the analysis of blood, urine, saliva, or the administration of a Breathalyzer test.
If the student is required to submit to drug or alcohol testing, the testing will be done in the following manner: