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Look around the room Look at the guys and girls sitting next to you in front of you across the room from you Think Do you really know that much about them Sure maybe the red head behind you gets straight As or the tall guy in the green shirt is the star of the basketball team But do you really know them You may think that you do but you probably dont know the half of it That A student might have a drunk for a father or the brunettes mom is abusive or the basketball player might be on drugs Wouldnt you like to know if your classmates were druggies It would be better for them you and others if he got help with his problem If schools require mandatory drug tests then that basketball player could get the help he needs and so could may others around you that are on drugs If you wanted to cheat on a test and the teacher told you that she was checking over everyones hand before the test would you write the answers on your hand I doubt anyone would Well then if students in high school knew that there would be drug tests would the students do drugs Its the same scenario If high schools required students to take drug tests then some of the students would quit drugs for fear of being caught Also the ones who skip school or freak out the day of the test would be caught too Over the past year people have probably noticed that St Joe probably hasnt gotten the best reputation with kids and drugs If drug test could catch the students on drugs remove them and get them some help then the press could see the real St Joseph and focus on the good things about us like our awesome football team fast runners and excellent students If the students that are on drugs are
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