Drug tests galore.
El Dorado, Kan., is getting real serious about random drug
screening for all middle and high school students participating in--or
even just attending--any extracurricular activity. That includes sports,
clubs, field trips and school plays. Those who don't sign consent
forms cannot attend games, go to school dances, join a club or park
their car on school property. The American Civil Liberties Union of
Kansas and Western Missouri doesn't much like the policy and
questions the constitutionality of the practice. But 16-year-old
softball player Lauren Roedel says, "I don't have a problem
with it, because I don't do drugs."