Random Drug Testing Policy

Random Drug Testing Policy


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‘Juuling’: The most widespread phenomenon you’ve never heard of

A new front has opened in the never-ending game of cat and mouse between teenagers and adults — over Juuling, a discreet form of vaping that is the most widespread phenomenon you’ve likely never heard of. More +
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Community Meeting April 13th - The Community’s Role in Addressing the Opioid Crisis

Community members can make a major contribution toward reducing the toll of opioid analgesics. Opioid overdose continues to be a major public health problem in the United States.  It has contributed significantly to accidental deaths among those who use or misuse illicit and prescription drugs. Read more for complete meeting details. More +

Random Drug Testing Policy

The Mercer County Board of Education has approved a Random Drug Testing Policy for both students and staff (certified & classified).
This policy is intended to support the comprehensive educational policies and programs of the District in educating students, parents/guardians, as well as staff, as to the dangers inherent in the unlawful use of drugs.  This policy is further intended to provide encouragement to middle and high school students who voluntarily choose to participate on athletic teams, in extracurricular activities, and/or to drive or park on school property to avoid such use and to strive to benefit from effective rehabilitation when such use has occurred.

All Pro Dad Program

All Pro Dad Program 
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Drugs & Synthetics

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Don't Let Them Die, Kentucky Message of Hope

Opioids kill more people in Kentucky than car crashes. In 2016, more than 1,400 people lost their lives to drug overdoses. Louisville, Lexington and Northern Kentucky experienced the highest number of lethal overdoses, but nearly every community suffered fatalities. Leslie County had the highest number of deaths on a per capita basis, followed by Bell, Powell, Gallatin and Campbell counties. More +
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Overdose Death Rates

The U.S. government does not track death rates for every drug. However, the National Center for Health Statistics at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention does collect information on many of the more commonly used drugs. The CDC also has a searchable database, called CDC Wonder. Read complete article Overdose Death Rates More +
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Increases in Drug and Opioid Overdose Deaths — United States, 2000–2014

On December 18, this report was posted as an MMWR Early Release on the MMWR website (http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr). The United States is experiencing an epidemic of drug overdose (poisoning) deaths. Since 2000, the rate of deaths from drug overdoses has increased 137%, including a 200% increase in the rate of overdose deaths involving opioids (opioid pain relievers and heroin). CDC analyzed recent multiple cause-of-death mortality data to examine current trends and characteristics of drug overdose deaths, including the types of opioids associated with drug overdose deaths. More +

New All Pro Dad's Day Program Implemented for Students and Dads

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All Pro Dad’s Day is a monthly school program where dads and kids meet to have breakfast and enjoy meaningful conversation that strengthens their relationship.
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94 Participate in MCIS All Pro Dad's Day

The All Pro Dad's Day program at Mercer County Intermediate School is growing. At the most recent event, 46 dads, and a total of 94 people participated. More +

MCES Teams Up Against Drugs Day!

MCES All Pro Dad Program
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