Daily Herald drug testing story includes Rosecrance mention

The June 19 online edition of the Daily Herald included a story about the Naperville School District considering possible random drug testing for some students who participate in extracurricular activities.

The article included a mention of Rosecrance, which has an office in Naperville:

“School board members were briefed this week on research conducted by Bob Ross, assistant superintendent for secondary education. Ross said staff members met with Rosecrance Health Network, which provides drug and alcohol rehabilitation, and also discussed with lawyers the legality of random drug testing for students who participate in athletics or student activities and are governed by the co-curricular code.”

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