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Woodbridge students could soon face random drug, alcohol testing

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WOODBRIDGE -

A proposal before the Board of Education in Woodbridge could make high school students soon face random drug and alcohol testing.

Students who want to take part in sports, clubs, and other programs, as well as seniors with parking permits, would have to submit a parental "Consent to Test" form.

If not, they can't take part.

The policy would take effect next school year if the proposal is approved.

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